The Speaker John Bercow starts by “welcoming MPs back to their place of work” – a greeting cheered by many in the chamber.
He goes on to say the record will be corrected to show that Parliament was not prorogued and was merely adjourned on 9 September.
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Mr Bercow goes on to thank the Commons staff for their hard work in allowing Parliament to reconvene at such short notice.
He explains why there will be no Prime Minister’s Questions but points out that there will be a number of ministerial statements.
This is the cue for the SNP’s Joanna Cherry to ask Attorney General Geoffrey Cox to make a statement on the legal advice about the suspension of Parliament.