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Prime Minister's Questions

PMQs is an opportunity for members to debate the policies and ideas of the MHoC's Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Superunknown17 MP, who will answer your questions over the course of two days.

The Leader of the Opposition, the Rt. Hon. Cryptographic MP, may ask two questions, with a follow-up question for each. MPs may ask one question, with one follow-up. Ordinary users may ask one question with no follow-ups. Please keep the joke questions to a very bare minimum.

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Thank you Mr Speaker.

May I ask the right honourable member, our Prime Minister, what underlying philosophy will he adopt in his role to lead the government and our great country?
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May I ask the honourable gentlemen how he feels the traffic light coalition is going thus far?
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I would like to ask the right honourable member, our prime minister, what he intends to do about the housing crisis in this country?
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I would like to ask the right honourable member, our prime minister, not just what his stance on fracking is, but what he thinks the government will one day decide on the matter?

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I would like to ask the right honourable member, our prime minister, what his stance on fracking is?

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From a Green MP? LOL
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First of all I congratulate the Rt. Honourable member for being the first Green PM in TSR-land.

May I ask the PM what thinks in regards to the EU? If he is in support of a referendum, would he also support a referendum on the Monarchy?
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From a Green MP? LOL
Just curious to see the response the inevitable answer will provoke. A wee bit of research into exactly how different the range of opinions are between the MPs. More to see how united the government is on controversial matters like this. I'll admit that I should probably rephrase it a little.

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May I formally congratulate the Rt. Hon Prime Minister on his appointment to this most prestigious office. Can he inform the House wether he supports proposals to 'reset' the economic record?
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May I ask the PM what thinks in regards to the EU?
Pinching my question!

Will the Prime Minister therefore comment more specifically on his views regarding freedom of movement between EU and EEA countries (a founding principle I might add), in particular following the comments by Chancellor Merkel that she would rather Britain leave the EU that remove freedom of movement?
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(Original post by Andy98)
Just curious to see the response the inevitable answer will provoke. A wee bit of research into exactly how different the range of opinions are between the MPs. More to see how united the government is on controversial matters like this. I'll admit that I should probably rephrase it a little.

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Fair enough, I'm sure last year's govt would have voted for a No, thus I wouldn't expect any surprises this time around with a Green PM. But yes, fair dinkum.
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Fair enough, I'm sure last year's govt would have voted for a No, thus I wouldn't expect any surprises this time around with a Green PM. But yes, fair dinkum.
Yeah, I just thought with the spread of opinions this year it might be an interesting one

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Mr Speaker, in light of events in Ukraine and Iraq/Syria will the new Prime Minister reject the pacifism and cuts to defense of the last government and embrace the pragmatic need to eradicate the Islamists and protect the European border from Russian aggression.
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Is the Prime Minister embarrassed that an independent MP wrote out the proposals for the Presidential system, beating his party and the other traitors to it?

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May I ask the Honourable Gentleman on his thoughts for the constitutional future of the United Kingdom as a family of nations, in light of recent events concerning the "vow" made to the people of Scotland before the independence referendum, the demands for greater devolution within England and proposals likewise to give Wales and Northern Ireland greater autonomy?
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Thank you Mr Speaker.

I would firstly like to associate myself with colleagues in congratulating my Rt. Hon. Friend, the Prime Minister, on his election to office, as the first Green Party Prime Minister. And may I also wish him well in his time as Prime Minister.

Could the Rt. Hon. Gentleman please inform the House his position on the current drugs policy?
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I would like to ask the Prime Minister for his opinions on the country's education system but more importantly the stance his government is going to adopt with potential for reform?
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(Original post by clh_hilary)
Thank you Mr Speaker.

May I ask the right honourable member, our Prime Minister, what underlying philosophy will he adopt in his role to lead the government and our great country?
I like PM's before me, will hope to take a pragmatic and level-headed approach in my role as PM. I've always thought the Greens are famous for these values and I would like to reflect them in my leadership.
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May I ask the honourable gentlemen how he feels the traffic light coalition is going thus far?
Very well. There's lots of discussions and debate going in the government sub forum and parties are working well together. There's also regular communication between party leaders which is always important for a strong coalition.

Sorry guys, I'll answer the rest of the questions tomorrow but I've had an exam today and it's worn me out. Bear with me and I'll get round to all your questions.
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Thank you Mr speaker. Can I firstly say how highly I hold the prime minister in regard for becoming the first green MP to be the prime minister. In relation to the current Ebola crisis, what measures will the UK take to ensure the people of Britain are shielded, and have the highest level of protection possible?
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