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But he flitted back and forth from one topic to the next including the “grave violations” of disabled people’s rights (according to the UN) and a vote Labour is holding this evening to block tuition fee hikes.
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Watch the Corbyn May clash on the video stream above and follow blow by blow updates as they happened below. What about hers?Theresa May congratulates her old Coalition colleague Vince Cable on becoming Lib Dem leader.
Then she reads his own quote back to him that a second referendum on the EU be counter productive He since U turned.
She jeers: it not unusual for a Lib Dem to say one thing before the election and another thing afterwards. that it the end of the another bumper PMQs lasting 50 minutes. It only meant to take half an hour.
Speaker John Bercow calls a belated end.
She also slams shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon who refused four times to condemn illegal strike action.
Tory MP Victoria Atkins, who asks the question, hollers: is we Conservatives who understand that this great country was built on the principles of democracy and rule of law. May replies by mocking a Daily Mail story today which accused Mr McCluskey of comparing himself of Mahatma Gandhi.
(Image: Ian Forsyth)In fact he said: reality is that the law is wrong and it has to be resisted. I daresay if you have been interviewing Nelson Mandela or Mahatma Gandhi or the suffragettes you be telling them that they were breaking the law. May says: was struck this week to see that Len McCluskey,
or perhaps Mahatma as his friends call him, said that if they need to act outside the law, so be it.