PMQs: Six vital questions Jeremy Corbyn didn't ask Theresa May

What did the Labour leader not ask the Prime Minister today?
'When we trigger Article 50, what happens then?'
'How can the Tories justify a senior figure going part-time?'
'The NHS crisis is getting worse - what are you going to do?'
'How can you justify this electronics ban?'
'What are you going to do to curb inflation?
'Why are you giving Nicola Sturgeon so much ammunition?'

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Today, as ever in the House of Commons, was another sparring match between Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May. 

Well, we say a sparring match, but that might be overstating Mr Corbyn's debating prowess somewhat.

The embattled Labour leader has been regularly pilloried for his perceived ineffectiveness in PMQs, and a narrow focus which avoids the key issues at hand.

Today was no exception. Mr Corbyn hammered Theresa May on schools, describing the Prime Minister's flagship grammar school initiative as a "vanity plan."

Which is all well and good, but one might suggest there were several other issues the hard-left figurehead could have touched on... notably the ongoing imbroglio over Scotland, the forthcoming triggering of Article 50 and George Osborne's bizarre decision to moonlight as a newspaper editor.

There are almost too many potential questions to choose from, but we've whittled them down to the six we'd really like the Labour leader to have asked.