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And does "At prime minister's questions" mean "in the description by prime minister in his questions"?

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At prime minister's questions, the inter-party tensions were hidden as Cameron said: "I think we should try to work across party lines on this issue."
Miller will meet her shadow, Harriet Harman, after the statement to discuss all-party talks, but Labour is determined to drive home the point that repeated promises in the past to improve self-regulation have been broken by the media.
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A shadow minister is a member of the opposition party whose keeps a close eye on a particular government minister. The shadow's minister's task is to point out, on behalf of his/her own party, the mistakes in the government minister's policy, and to prepare his/her party's alternative plans. If the government falls, and the opposition party is elected to power, the shadow minister may expect to take the government minister's job, though this does not always happen.

'Shadow minister' is not an official title. S/he could more accurately be called 'The Opposition Paarty's Spokesperson on X", X being the department/ministry of the government minister s/he is shadowing.
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And does "At prime minister's questions" mean "in the description by prime minister in his questions"?
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'Prime Minister's Question Time/Questions' is a weekly period set aside in parliament for the Prime Miinister to answer questions put by MPs. It is an opportunity for the opposition to attempt to point out the failures of the government, and for the Prime Minister to point out the successes of the government.

Most parliamentary time is spent on discusion of specific bills passing though parliament.
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Does "set aside in parliament" mean "set in a part of the space of parliament"?
NL888Excellent!Does "set aside in parliament" mean "set in a part of the space of parliament"?
No. It means 'reserved', 'kept free'.
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What? In the weekly period the parliament is kept idle?
No. In the weekly timetable, a period of time is kept free of other activities for 'Prime Minister's Question Time'.
fivejedjonNo. In the weekly timetable, a period of time is kept free of other activities for 'Prime Minister's Question Time'.
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