Gove says this shows how Vladimir Putin is trying to “tighten the vice” on Ukraine as the war drags on.
“So far, I think the Home Office and the government have got it completely wrong”, the Labour leader tells Sophy Ridge.
The Levelling Up Secretary was setting out how the Government is broadening various pathways into the country.
Ukraine’s President echoes Churchill as he broadcasts to a packed chamber.
Starmer says economic measures “have to make it impossible for Russia to function”.
“There’s head and heart in all of this”, but we don’t want “to be sucked into a direct military conflict with Vladimir Putin”, says Deputy Prime Minister.
“It’s very important in the UK and in our politics that we show the world we’re united”, he says.
“I would expect to see a boost to defence” as “the government must respond to increased threats to the UK”, says the Shadow Defence Secretary.
Deputy PM calls on UK to show “some strategic stamina” as war will “not be over in days”.
ConservativeHome’s Paul Goodman chairs a panel with Vicky Ford MP, Dr Dan Poulter MP, Romilly Greenhill and Dr Bruce Aylward.
“Senior Russian officials should be aware that if they do go into that arena they could well be tried for war crimes in the future.”
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He calls for a “generous scheme” for Ukrainian refugees seeking to come to the UK.
“War is going to drive up our costs,” says the Foreign Affairs Select Committee member.
“The sacrifices that we are going to have to undertake are nothing like the sacrifices that people in Ukraine are suffering now.”
He is quizzed about depriving Putin of “jaguar cars, wedgewood pottery and chocolate truffles”.