This is a coverted and rare opportunity for backbench MPs to raise concerns and get a response directly from the most powerful man in the country.
I take pride in representing my local community in Parliament and raising the issue that matter most to people in Rochdale. That is why I would like Observer readers to have their say on what I should ask on Wednesday.
There is no shortage of options, whether you want to ask about the referendum results, the economy, public transport, policing or education.
If you live in the Rochdale constituency, visit my website for more information on how to submit a suggestion. Alternatively, send your proposal and contact details to my office at 26 St Mary’s Gate.
This Wednesday will be particularly poignant as it will mark the first PMQs since the tragic death of Jo Cox, who was killed as she served the community she loved.
On Monday, members of the House of Commons mourned the loss of our dedicated and compassionate colleague and our thoughts and prayers remain with her family.
As MPs across the globe signed a pledge to uphold her legacy, we owe it to Jo to carry on her life's work and strive for a better world by holding those in power to account.
I look forward to doing just that, with your help, on Wednesday.