“I never had his approval ratings…I think he’s made a great start…I think he’s made a great start.”
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“You can’t have one law for Downing Street and another law for everybody else,” he says.
“I hope that people will also bear with us…What I would say is that more people are calling 111 than before. That’s to be expected.”
The candidate for Labour’s leadership says that he wants to defend “the three pillars of Corbynism”.
The Foreign Secretary on the prospect of the EU demanding a role for the court in a future trade deal.
“We were held responsible for every failure…this was the main problem. But the EU is like a miracle – almost impossible.”
“The direction of travel of the European Union on economic has been challenging neo-liberalism.”
And he says that UK ambassadors reportedly being told not to sit alongside their EU counterparts “comes across as a bit petty”.
The Brexit Party will continue as an insurance policy “in case things go wrong”. And there will be “a new think-tank called Brexit Watch”.
This site would scrap the scheme. But sunk political costs as well as economic ones are likely to keep this Cameron modernisation legacy project chugging on and on.
The International Development Secretary won’t be drawn on the Prime Minister’s previous comments on his budget or his Department.
“We understand the position and the action they’ve taken…the operational assessment was undertaken by the Americans.”
“For the millions of people who desperately needed change at that general election – they still need that change.”
“We have got to be able to connect with people and take on Boris Johnson on the things he’s failing on.”
“If Boris Johnson thinks saying no is the end of the matter then he is going to find himself completely and utterly wrong.”