Following the Sue Gray report published on Monday, the Prime Minister is set to answer questions on Wednesday in the Commons chamber.
Here is a run-down of what we can expect and what we know so far ahead of PMQs today. .
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What can we expect from PMQs and what will the Prime Minister say?
Opposition and even Conservative backbenchers have been critical of Boris Johnson over the partygate scandal since Sue Gray’s report was partially published on Monday.
In an update on her findings, Gray wrote: “… some of the behaviour surrounding these gatherings is difficult to justify. At least some of the gatherings in question represent a serious failure to observe not just the high standards expected of those working at the heart of government but also of the standards expected of the entire British population at the time.”
The last meeting on Monday saw SNP Westminster group leader Ian Blackford storm out of the house before being kicked out after he refused to retract his statement that Mr Johnson ‘misled parliament’.
Former Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May pointed out the public had a right to expect the Prime Minister would “set an example” by following the rules, and that either Johnson had not read them, did not understand them or had decided they did not apply to his circle.
We can expect the Sue Gray Report still to be a topic high on the agenda on Wednesday.
At PMQs, Boris Johnson is set face another grilling from Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer.
When is PMQs and how can I watch?
Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) will take place in the Commons Chamber this Wednesday at 12 noon.
You can follow The Scotsman’s Live Blog as PMQs takes place.