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Corbyn asks Cameron questions from public in first PMQs

Jeremy Corbyn has asked David Cameron questions submitted by the public as he took part in Prime Minister's Questions for the first time as Labour leader.

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Mann: PMQs 'from Tom and Jerry to Tom, Dick and Harry'

Labour MP John Mann has been highly critical of leader Jeremy Corbyn's new approach saying that Prime Minster's questions has been transformed from "Tom and Jerry" to "Tom, Dick and Harry".

He told ITV News: "We're used to Tom and Jerry at Prime Minster's Questions. Today we got Tom, Dick and Harry. So it's a very different approach. More civilised.

"It might make it easier for any Prime Minister to answer questions."

The Bassetlaw MP also criticised Corbyn for not singing the National Anthem saying it was "totally out of accord with the working class in this country and therefore with the traditional Labour voters, and ...with the vast majority in this country."

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