Jerome Mayhew (Con) asks about the A47 in Norfolk. But plans to upgrade it have just been postponed. Why?
Johnson says the government is intensely ambitious for transport infrastructure. That project will be reconsidered, he says. The government is looking at projects from 2025 onwards.
And that’s it. PMQs is over.
Nav Mishra (Lab) asks if the ban one evictions will be reinstated to prevent a housing crisis this winter.
Johnson says landlords have to give at least six months’ notice. So there won’t be evictions over Christmas, he says. And the government is embarking on a huge programme to build more homes.
Neil Coyle (Lab) asks if councils will be funded for all the homeless people they helped.
Johnson says the way homeless people were housed was one of the “consolations” of the crisis. The government will continue to do what it can, he says.
Laurence Robertson (Con) asks if the A&E unit will return to Cheltenham hospital.
Johnson says he has been told this closure is only temporary.
Mick Whitley (Lab) says the government has decided to write off 1m jobs as unviable. Why?
Johnson says that is a misrepresentation of what the government is doing. It will continue to support jobs. But the most important thing is to get people into work.
Darren Henry (Con) asks what the PM will do to support the Midlands engine.
Johnson says he is happy to support this.
Janet Daby (Lab) asks what the government will do to protect jobs in the hospitality sector. Why does the PM think these jobs are not worth saving?
Johnson says the government is doing what it can to support every job in the country. But it cannot save every job. There is a lifetime skills guarantee to allow people to retrain, he says.
David Simmonds (Con) asks what will be done to extend the Syrian refugee settlement scheme.
Johnson says the UK can be proud of what has been done to resettle refugees. It will continue to meet its obligations to those fleeing persecution and war, he says.
Debbie Abrahams (Lab) asks what the PM’s biggest Covid mistake has been.
Johnson says he is grateful for the question. There will be plenty of time to go over the decisions made, for which he takes responsibility. He says the increase in cases in Bolton is worrying. He urges Abrahams to get Labour to support the government.
Harriet Baldwin (Con) asks if the PM will change some of the elements of the algorithm used to allocate housing under the planning bill.
Johnson says he wants to see more homes built, in a way that avoids desecrating the green belt.
Tommy Sheppard (SNP) asks if the PM would regard a Conservative victory in the Scottish elections next year as a mandate for the union.
Johnson says the Scots had a vote on this in 2014. That was a vote for a generation. We should stick with that, he says.
Johnson says Tories are enthusiastic about the clean, green future. He is pleased this is being pioneered in the Tees Valley.
Munira Wilson (Lib Dem) says the Coronavirus Act has weakened protections for the disabled.
(This is why the Lib Dems are voting against. See 11.56am.)
Johnson says the government will give the disabled the protection they need.
Johnson says he totally supports the ambition of HS2. But he has been assured that communities affected are being consulted.
Liz Saville Roberts, the Plaid Cymru leader at Westminster, asks if the PM will stop leisure travel from lockdown areas.
Johnson says overall the UK is proceeding with the same approach.
There are some differences, and some “seeming illogicalities”. That is inevitable. But he is grateful for the cooperation Saville Roberts is giving.
(That did not address the question at all.)
Ben Spencer (Con) says there has been less traffic noise during lockdown. What can be done to reduce noise and pollution from the M25?
Johnson says the government wants to see more electric cars on the roads.
Ian Blackford, the SNP leader at Westminster, says just 15% of Scots trust the Westminster government to operate in Scotland’s interests. Why does the PM think that is?
Johnson says the internal market bill will benefit Scotland. It devolves power back down to Scotland, he says. It enables Scotland to take back control of its fisheries. Today is a historic day, he says. The government has managed to lift the ban on British beef being sold to America. That covers Scottish beef too.
Blackford says Johnson did not answer the question. The PM is “yapping, mumbling, bumbling”, but not answering the question. A Tory government that arrogantly breaks international law has shattered trust in the government. If the bill fails to get the consent of the Scottish and Welsh parliaments, will he withdraw it?
Johnson says Blackford is just trying to “foment grievance where no grievance should exist”.