The House of Commons erupted as the Prime Minister hit back at the Labour Party leader’s attempt to lampoon her during the weekly PMQs session.
Speaking in the House of Commons, Mr Corbyn referenced a Tweet from the Foreign Secretary after Mr Johnson saw a police station close in his constituency.
He said: “I have been following some of the tweets from some of her friends on her front bench over there. And one of them says and I quote ‘very disappointed and mystified at the closure of Uxbridge police station.’
“For the want of any doubt, that came from the Foreign Secretary.
PMQs: Theresa May delivered a quick-witted response to Jeremy Corbyn
“The real reason Mr Speaker is that it is closing because of a £2.3billion cut from our police budgets in the past budget.
“And it gets worse, they are going to be cut by another £700million by 2020.”
The Prime Minister was quick to fire back at the Labour Party leader as she delivered a brilliant response.
Theresa May said: “First of all on the first question that the right honourable gentleman raised, the first issue, he might not have noticed but the police and crime commissioner in London is the Mayor.”
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Mrs May then pointed and said: “Is he one of ours? Or is he one of yours?”
The House of Commons roared at the quick-witted response from Mrs May as she continued pulling apart Jeremy Corbyn’s question.
She said: “The last time I looked, Sadiq Khan, was a Labour Mayor of London.
“Although, perhaps the leader of the Labour Party things he is not Labour enough for him and his band of Labour.
“Let’s be very clear about funding for the Metropolitan police, there’s more money and more officers for each Londoner than anywhere else in the country, that is the reality about funding for the Metropolitan police.”
Mr Corbyn began PMQs by quizzing the Prime Minister about a rise in crime, and moved onto asking Mrs May about universal credit, NHS funding and fire safety.
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