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Dominic Grieve asks Johnson why he has been unable to find any official or minister willing to state in court that the prorogation had nothing to do with limiting the time available for MPs to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Johnson says that case was thrown out by the Scottish court today.
Karen Bradley, a Conservative, asks about community hospitals. She asks Johnson to join a campaign to keep her local hospital open.
Johnson starts by thinking Bradley for her work as Northern Ireland secretary. He says Bradley has discussed this matter with her.