Wednesday is here again – welcome to our live coverage of Prime Minister’s Questions in the House of Commons.

Rishi Sunak has already hailed the fall in inflatoion this morning – from 3.2% to 2.3% – as a “major
milestone for the UK”, and he is likely to trumpet it as many times as he can.

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is likely to
sound unimpressed. Shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves said earlier: “After 14 years
of Conservative chaos, families are worse off. Prices in the shops have soared,
mortgage bills have risen and taxes are at a 70-year high.”

Away from the front benches, a highlight should come when
Conservative MP Craig Mackinlay returns to Parliament for the first time since
losing his hands and feet to sepsis.

His wife Kati and daughter will watch his
appearance at PMQs from the public gallery. It is also likely to be marked by
Sunak, Starmer, and Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle.