Jeremy Corbyn under fire for not singing national anthem - is the criticism fair? #BBCNolan
Today Jeremy Corbyn and David Cameron will go head-to-head in Prime Minister's Questions for the first time. But the New Labour leader is facing fresh criticism for failing to sing the National Anthem at a service to mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. Mr Corbyn, who believes in the abolition of the monarchy, opted to stand in silence during the singing of the national anthem. He has faced criticism for not singing from members of his own party. But is the criticism fair? Stephen was joined by former Convervative minister Edwina Currie and former Lib Dem Lembit Opik.