As it's Wednesday today I've been in the chamber to take part in another session of PMQs.
Prime Minister's Questions, or PMQs as most people call them, are designed to allow any MP whether opposition or the Government's own backbencher MPs to ask the Prime Minister directly about a particular issue. These questions can range from prominent national topics, such as about the coronavirus, or they can be more specific localised issues from anywhere across the country. It happens nearly every week, and I think it's a great tradition of our British democracy.
If you want to watch today's session, you can do so on: www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/live/bbcparliament