“I’ve got a job at the moment. I’m not looking past 2021. I’ve come a long way in Scotland…and I’ve got a long way to go.”
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Andrew Marr asks her to acknowledge that she has a problem of authority. She says unity is what we’ll “see this week”, and laughs when asked if Johnson is unsackable.
And clarifies that “at that point we will have an agreement as to what the future partnership will be”.
His reforms will cripple his MPs and are a posthumous triumph for Tony Benn’s belief in extra-Parliamentary action.
The Labour leader also wouldn’t say whether he’d rule out backing illegal strike action.
…Unlike Corbyn’s. Brexit this autumn 2) Henry Newman: When can we expect the next verse of Labour’s hokey-cokey?
Has anyone told Barry Gardiner about this latest change? Only last month, he wrote that staying in the Customs Union would be “a disaster”.
“I got us into this mess, and I’m going to get her out”, she told MPs earlier this summer. She should say so directly to Party members this autumn.
He says he wants “tariff-free access to the single market and a partnership with Europe in the future”.
He stresses the importance of a “smooth transition” for businesses.
WATCH: Leadership talk is due to “a combination of too much sun and too much warm prosecco”, says Lidington
Voters “want politicians to…deal with the real problems that people in this country are facing”.
The Chancellor says “yes” when Marr asks if “we’re definitely leaving the EU”, and provides some clarification.
Profile: George Osborne, who could have stayed in Westminster, and returned to the Cabinet. But who left, and is trying to destroy May.
The former Chancellor has taken to the role of newspaper editor, but some will see his attacks on the Prime Minister as unhelpful.
WATCH: Davis – If terrorists want to disrupt the election, “all the more reason not to defer, not to deflect”
The Brexit Secretary wants “as far as possible, within the grounds of propriety, to not let this put us off” the democratic course.
The Defence Secretary says some NHS Trusts persist in using old computer systems despite the Government urging otherwise.
She contends that a “negotiated political solution” is essential, and that “Russia has an important role to play here, as well”.