THE MP for Portsmouth South will get the chance to put David Cameron on the spot today during Prime Minister’s Questions.
Flick Drummond is one of only a few newly-elected members of parliament across the whole country who has been given the opportunity to put forward a question to the prime minister in the House of Commons following a ballot.
It comes after Mrs Drummond made her maiden speech in parliament this week and spoke of her pride in Portsmouth.
She urged there needed to be greater commercial investment coming to the region and paid tribute to her predecessor, Mike Hancock, who held the Portsmouth South seat for 18 years.
Fareham MP Suella Fernandes also gave her maiden speech this week.
It is currently unknown what Mrs Drummond will ask of the prime minister, though she has put education at the top of her agenda and wants to ensure the Royal Navy has enough warships to defend the country around the world.
The debate takes place around noon.