She says that Labour carried out a mass of outsourcing; he says he’s talking about what’s happening now.
“That adjective simply summed up how I felt about the way that that day’s business had been conducted.”
But she thinks neither will get what they want, hence there being a strong case for joining the EEA and EFTA.
The Shadow Chancellor outlines some of the measures he is considering to force businesses to share profits and ‘contribute’.
“You were criticising Labour’s party position, weren’t you?”
The Digital Minister sets out the sanctions and penalties the Government is considering for social media companies who don’t police content.
He agrees that Parliament doesn’t yet command the respect of its American and European counterparts with these companies.
He insists they want to maintain the benefits, but their candidate in the Lewisham by-election wants to stay in altogether.
Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
“Perhaps when he stands up he could put the minds of the British people and this House at rest and rule out a second referendum!”
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The former Foreign Secretary and Labour leadership contender makes his pitch for the EEA.
The former Chancellor turns Duncan Smith’s point around to argue that inventing and implementing a new solution to the Irish border won’t work.
She sounds a cautious note about policing language in the Chamber but welcomes the fact that people feel more able to come forward outside it.
The architect of Universal Credit is deeply sceptical that the Government could design and implement a completely new system in time.
“Our economy is very different from Norway”, she explains as she demurs from Lord Kinnock’s proposals.