“That’s not what happened…he has reached the conclusion that Priti is not a bully. And she has offered a full and unreserved apology.”
WATCH: “More important than any other consideration.” Dodds on Labour’s need to root out anti-semitism.
“We need to make sure that we demonstrate to the Jewish community that we have learned from that EHRC report.”
WATCH: It’s Stonewall Sunak – he’s up and about before the Spending Review, but can’t say much about it
The Chancellor says that his measures won’t represent austerity, since public spending will increase year on year.
At least, that’s the only conclusion one can draw from Lucy Powell, who calls such a prospect “a kick in the teeth for frontline workers.”
“We were not being supported in our work…This is a challenging department,” the Home Secretary says.
WATCH: The Prime Minister – “I’ve decided that the era of cutting our defence budget must end and it ends now”
He says that defence spending will be increased “by £24.1 billion over the next four years”.
Starmer attacks Johnson for breaking the “very broad consensus” on the constitution. The latter claims he meant the SNP’s record is the ‘disaster’.
The panellists are: Isaac Levido, Arlene Foster, Kirstene Hair, Danny Kruger & Jane Stevenson. Paul Goodman will chair the event.
WATCH: “We’re seeing how hard it is” – Spielman on the challenges for schools in implementing Covid guidance
“It’s really, really hard for everybody working with it to get the kind of consistency that in a dream world we’d have.”
WATCH: Ashworth – Social media companies “have a lot further to go” to combat vaccine misinformation
“You can find poison, garbage that is spread, conspiracy theories” on social media, says the Shadow Health Secretary.
WATCH: “There will need to be, undoubtedly, some sort of restrictions from December 2 for a little while”, says Eustice
“But it’s too early to judge yet exactly what those particular restrictions will be.”
WATCH: Second and third vaccine could be here “in the next coming weeks”, predicts Imperial College vaccine expert
Professor Robin Shattock, head of the university’s Vaccine’s Programme, said he wouldn’t be surprised to see these developments soon.
“There’s got to be a time to heal before you go into any divisive, conflicting referendum.”
They “have been led by David Frost right from the beginning”, says the Environment Secretary.
“There are a number of vaccine companies helping us to increase the supply”, says Professor Uğur Şahin.