Theresa May has accused Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn of being “not up to the job”, as they clashed over the government’s handling of Brexit.
Mr Corbyn claimed the prime minister had “no plan” for negotiations over what will happen to the UK when it leaves the European Union in 2019.
He said ministers were “desperate” for information, but Mrs May called Mr Corbyn “incapable of leading”.
The prime minister wants to trigger Brexit talks by the end of next March.
Next month, the Supreme Court will hear the government’s appeal against the High Court decision that Parliament must have a vote before this happens.