The Business Secretary is right to reject calls to let this debate kick off all over again.
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The Chancellor is damned if he yields to backbenchers’ demands for bailouts – and damned if he doesn’t.
The Foreign Secretary knows that she is being played off by them against the Chancellor. They know she knows. And she knows they know she knows.
WATCH: Business Secretary “working very closely with the Chancellor to get us through this situation”
Kwarteng acknowledges it is “a critical situation. I’m speaking to industry all the time. Gas prices have quadrupled this year, that’s having an impact.”
The Business Secretary also pledged the price cap will stay as “it offers consumers the protection we need against very high upswings in the price.”
Kwasi Kwarteng, the Business Secretary, answers questions from the FSB and ConservativeHome.
Truss top, Wallace second, Sunak down, Gove up – and Johnson sixth from bottom in our post-shuffle Cabinet League Table
There is a willingness to give the new Cabinet a chance, but nervousness about the country’s economic prospects and the Party’s strategic direction.
Plus Trott, O’Brien, Burghart, Scully and many more. Watch in-person or live online.
We are proud to present the ConservativeHome programme of fringe events for the 2021 Conservative Party Conference.
Interview with Kwasi Kwarteng: “My job is to make us not lose sight of the fact that we are Conservatives”
He says that road haulage interests are trying to revive the pre-Brexit economy – but that the Government will stand firm for higher wages.
Our introduction to: what each Bill is, the politics of it, who’s responsible, arguments for and against – and a controversy rating out of ten.
Among them are: what does he do about economic policy? Who runs Downing Street? And: what about the Home and Foreign Offices?
Our Cabinet League Table. Raab plummets from third from top in July to fourth from bottom last month.
And Wallace is up from ninth to fourth. The Prime Minister and Home Secretary are both in the bottom ten.
Remote working has its place, but something vital to us all is lost, especially for younger people, if we lose the opportunity to mix, socialise and learn.
Leadership during the pandemic has involved, even more than usual, the strength to put up with uncertainty.