MPs have asked the prime minister fewer than 20 questions on subjects focused on disabled people and their rights in the last 18 months of prime minister’s questions (PMQs), Disability News Service (DNS) can reveal. Analysis of the questions asked in the last 50 PMQs, dating back to December 2020, show that roughly between one and 1.5% of the questions were aimed at seeking answers on issues such as disability discrimination and rights and social care.