Today will mark Jeremy Corbyn’s final PMQs as Leader of the Opposition.
Parliament is set to wind up today for its Easter recess – returning in four weeks when a new Labour leader will have been installed. Corbyn bows out as head of his party in 10 days’ time.
Corbyn has taken part in almost 150 PMQs since his election as Labour leader in 2015, facing three different Conservative prime ministers.
The veteran Labour MP has tried to innovate with the format. Onlookers will remember the phase when Corbyn crowdsourced questions from the general public – though this strategy has been ditched in recent times.
We will watch with interest to see what he pulls out of the bag on his swan song appearance.