Question Time 23 May 2017
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull walking into the House of Reps for question time
The Prime Minister prepares for question time
Barnaby Joyce's socks
Scott Morrison and Greg Hunt enter the chamber
The Prime Minister making a statement about the Manchester bombing at the Ariana Grande concert.
Michael Keenan and Julie Bishop walking into the House of Reps
As the Prime Minister is speaking, Christian Porter is feeling emotional
Members of the government look on as the Prime Minister is talking about the Manchester bombing
Christian Porter to the right of the Prime Minister is feeling the emotion of the Manchester bombing
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has condemned the deadly attack at Manchester Arena, describing it as "especially vile, especially criminal" because it targeted children.
The opposition look on as the Prime Minister told Parliament about the killing of 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester
Bill Shorten gives his address to Parliament House, after the Manchester attack, targeting teenagers.
Bill Shorten said he could only "begin to dimly imagine" the pain victims' parents were going through.
Parliament stands to pay respect to the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack at the Ariana Grande concert
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop with British deputy high commissioner Ingrid Southworth on Tuesday.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop talks with British deputy high commissioner Ingrid Southworth on Tuesday.
Michael Keenan with the Prime Minister
The Prime Minister listens to a question
Tony Burke discusses a point of order
The Prime Minister answers a question
Some of the Labor front bench listening to the Prime Minister
Bill Shorten looks to the Prime Minister
Christian Porter and Michael McCormack enter the House of Representatives for question time
Treasurer Scott Morrison