The Labour leader calls on the prime minister to stop Britain selling arms that could be used in warn-hit Yemen.
Prime Minister's Questions
Sir Keir Starmer says it has been suggested that some people are “scared” to get a Covid test as they cannot afford to self-isolate.
Ian Blackford says “millions of families are in poverty” with unemployment in Britain “soaring” as he calls for a boost to the UK economy.
Sir Ed Davey calls for Team GB to boycott next year's Winter Olympics in Beijing over the treatment of Uighur Muslims in China's Xinjiang region.
Sir Keir Starmer calls for an extension of furlough, business rate relief and VATs cuts on the hospitality sector and to bring in a hotel quarantine scheme.
SNP Westminster Leader Ian Blackford says 1.3m children under five are living in poverty which is a "truly shocking figure" and should make the government "truly ashamed".
The prime minister says the government “will do everything we can" to get all school children to return in full on 8 March.
Plaid Cymru's Liz Saville Roberts says the government's record for spreading prosperity around the UK is "abysmal".
Theresa May calls for life prison terms to be an option for those causing death by dangerous driving.
Keir Starmer asks why borders have not been closed to protect against the arrival of new variants.
But the prime minister tells Ian Blackford it is his job to “visit every part of this county, nothing and no-one is going to stop me”.
Boris Johnson says there have been issues for "many fishing businesses" with "too much red tape" since the new year.
The SNP Westminster leader accuses the prime minister of "mixed messaging" and "devastating polices".
Quoting a recording of Priti Patel, the Labour leader asks about the timing of closing UK borders to control Covid-19.