The Vaccines Minister adds that “it is a wonderful thing for both of them that they have made their vows to one another.”
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“If I may say so, some of the commentary I’ve heard doesn’t bear any relation to reality.”
Our panel, including Scottish Conservative Leader Douglas Ross, discuss the impact of the recent Holyrood election.
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MPs then ask him whether or not members of the Government should be worried about ‘corporate manslaughter charges’.
In “the Netflix Generation”, how relevant is the BBC in a multi-media world, the Home Secretary asks?
The Shadow Home Secretary says that there should be “essential travel only” and an end to “mixed messaging”.
The former Shadow Chancellor says that it’s time for Starmer to “move on”, and that Corbyn isn’t subject to disciplinary proceedings.
“People who have no right to be in this country shouldn’t be here,” he says – before moving on rapidly and blaming the Government.
She claims that the SNP want open border – and no checks “when it comes to criminals coming to the UK”.
Starmer says that the Government’s position isn’t clear, and Johnson counters that it wants to rely on guidance, not rules.
The Chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee says relaxing travel rules, “at a time when we’ve got so many new variants”, would be unwise.
“We think that you might end up putting off more people.”
“You end up chasing the virus around and always arriving too late”, says Adam Finn of targeted acceleration.
The Health Secretary says that it is a question of the balance of risks, and “we just don’t yet know” how the Indian variant will behave.
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He was appearing before a virtual session of the Treasury Select Committee to answer questions about the Greensill affair.