Boris Johnson is set to face MPs as they ask him questions on Wednesday afternoon.

The last few weeks have seen the Prime Minister apologise for attending a gathering at Downing Street in May 2020 when coronavirus restrictions were in place.

He is now facing further allegations of breaking coronavirus rules.  

The Prime Minister has faced calls to resign from within his own party. Not only that, the allegations have also caused public anger.

But when will Boris Johnson face questions and how can you watch?

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What time does PMQs start today?

Prime Minister’s Questions will begin at 12pm, its usual time, on Wednesday January 26.

How to watch PMQs today

You can watch the Prime Minister tackle PMQs live on usual channels.

Tune into BBC iPlayer where BBC Parliament will be live streaming PMQs.

Live coverage will also be available via the Sky News channel and it’s usually streamed on its YouTube channel.

Alternatively, you can follow along on Parliament Live TV.