PRIME Minister’s Questions will be the ‘hottest ticket in town’ on Wednesday when Jeremy Corbyn and David Cameron face each other for the first time in the House of Commons.
Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage said she hopes to make the occasion and believes it will make for an exciting spectacle.
Corbyn is the fourth Labour leader Cameron has faced, and I expect Corbyn to be out of his depth at PMQs.Havant MP Alan Mak
Ms Dinenage said: ‘My initial cursory thoughts are, the first PMQs is going to be quite something, particularly for the Labour Party as it essentially an unexpected result.
‘It will be the hottest ticket in town on Wednesday lunchtime, when we’ll see David Cameron vs Jeremy Corbyn. But this is quite a serious moment for our country, because we now have an opposition which are going to be a risk to our national security, economic security and potentially families’ security.’
Portsmouth South MP Flick Drummond said: ‘Our government needs a strong opposition, and I hope he will provide it. Only time will tell what his policies are and how he will change the government.’ Meon Valley MP and Tory whip George Hollingbery said: ‘As someone who has rebelled against his party 500 times, party management could prove a challenge for him, but we will wait and see.’
Havant MP Alan Mak said: ‘Corbyn is the fourth Labour leader Cameron has faced, and I expect Corbyn to be out of his depth at PMQs.’