Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May are clashing at Prime Minister's Questions for the first time since the shock general election result.
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The two leaders will face-off ahead of a vote on the Queen's Speech. Labour has proposed an amendment that would stop cuts to emergency services – fire and police.
The Conservatives last night rejected the proposal, arguing that to fully fund emergency services would require a strong economy.
The clash comes as the National Social Attitudes Survey shows a sharp swing in public opinion against austerity and spending cuts.
Theresa May is up. She starts by saying the prosecution of people in relation to the Hillsborough disaster will leave some with "mixed emotions" but that she cannot comment further.
Tory MP Sheryll Murray says she suffered abuse during the election including people putting Labour posters on her house and urinating around her constituency office. Theresa May says she agreed that such abuse could mean "good people" are put off coming into politics.
Jeremy Corbyn is up. He asks for the timetable of the the inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire and also asks about the appointment of a judge to lead the inquiry.
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