It’s nearly time for PMQs – and it is clash of the deputies this week.
Theresa May is in Portsmouth for the D-Day commemorations, so her de-facto deputy David Lidington is standing in, as he tends to do when she is abroad or otherwise engaged.
Shadow business secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey is making her PMQs debut for Labour – in a sign of highly-rated she is by Jeremy Corbyn. Interestingly, Emily Thornberry, the shadow foreign secretary, is not deputising as she normally does…
Could it be to do with her public criticism of Mr Corbyn’s stance on a second referendum?