RAAC crisis: Sunak defends school record after cowboy-builder jibe
Rishi Sunak and Sir Keir Starmer trade counter claims about who is to blame for schools affected by concrete issues
Rishi Sunak has batted away suggestions he was at fault for the concrete crisis in schools, in a Prime Minister's Questions dominated by the issue.
He faced Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer who likened the government to "cowboy builders" seeking to shift blame.
But Mr Sunak said his government acted "decisively" on the unsafe concrete and branded Sir Keir "Captain Hindsight".
The government has published a list of schools in England with reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC).
A total of 147 education settings are included on the list, which sets out the RAAC mitigation measures schools have been forced to take.
The long-awaited list was published on Wednesday, after more than 100 schools were ordered to fully or partially shut buildings before the new academic year over RAAC concerns.
The government's record on dealing with the RAAC crisis was the main focus of PMQs, the first such session since MPs returned from their summer break.