“I believe that Parliament has been misled because the costs were clearly known to the Department of Transport and I believe Ministers three or four years ago.”
“We commission think tanks to write us reports in London…we sit behind desks in Westminster and Victoria Street.”
“We weren’t sufficiently clear about what our priorities were…it just wasn’t convincing.’
“We understand the position that the United States was in and I don’t think we should be naive about the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.”
“In this General Election we have just seen what happens when politicians try to overturn a referendum result.”
The Shadow Justice Secretary – and would-be Labour Deputy Leader – argues voters were convinced by “completely untrue” claims about racism and terrorist links.
“I don’t believe we should equate the two things,” the First Minister argues.
The Prime Minister says he has ruled out a pact with any party, for the same reason.
“She explains that she has been “on a journey” – and has come round to the idea of a public vote.
He described the proposed Customs Partnership at the time as “completely cretinous”, “impractical”, “bureaucratic” and “a betrayal of common sense”.
“The first thing to do is to have that election – let the people have their say, and then move forwards from there.”
“The country deserves a better choice for Downing Street than either him or Boris Johnson,” she says.
“Labour’s position is that we would take this to a public vote under a Labour Government.”
He explains why he believes Gyimah, his former PPS, and others are making a mistake in switching to the Liberal Democrats.
He also appears to describe the idea as “a typical British lie”.