The former Education Secretary on the review of tertiary education funding floated today.
She says that this wouldn’t be “to the benefits of my consitituents in Edinburgh or in the country as it is.”
The Shadow Foreign Secretary seeks to fend off the claim that the party’s leadership is unwilling to listen to its pro-Remain members.
“It wasn’t anticipated that so many universities would have the same fee for their course. There hasn’t been as much variety as we would have wanted”.
“We think that the future relationship with Britain needs to be about more than trade and economics”.
Seema Malhotra and the MEP & ConHome columnist exchange question and answer on the Customs Union.
The Justice Secretary is challenged over reports that Hammond will not be delivering one of a series of Ministerial set-piece speeches.
“Our worry at the moment is if you had another one it would divide the country again and open up the potential of right-wing xenophobia.”
The former Cabinet Minister suggests that what happens at the end of the period will decide whether pro-Leave MPs support it.
The party’s leader says that it can either lose itself in another leadership election or help to shape Brexit.
The Shadow HCLG Secretary wants a transitional period, as the Government does, but says that it shouldn’t “be rushed to a March 2019 deadline”.
“We have to demonstrate that the money is not just being spent well, but could not be spent better”.
“This is a Government that is actually protecting police budgets,” the Prime Minister insisted, while the Labour leader alleged the opposite.
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“Why is anyone arguing for this bizarre outcome?” If some are proposing it as a way to transition back into the EU, they should be honest enough to say so.
“If you’re one of those families, if you’re just managing, I want to address you directly…We will do everything we can to give you more control over your own lives.”