He says that “the situation has really changed over the last two weeks” and that “we need to be very cautious going forward”.
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WATCH: NI Protocol 2) Thornberry – “I personally think the Swiss model is probably the best one we can have”
The Shadow Trade Secretary pushes the policy that the EU itself has urged as part of the solution.
He says that eleven billion vaccines are needed but that only a billion will be forthcoming, and that this is a “moral failure”.
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”.
The Shadow Foreign Secretary says that she is ‘determined to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with nurses to get them a pay rise’.
The recent bias in Downing Street against putting the Work and Pensions Secretary up for press conferences and big media shows is inexplicable.
“The British way of governing has got to change if we’re going to meet the needs of people in all parts of the country.”
He is challenged over claims that coronavirus disruption is giving the Government ‘cover’ to pursue a no-deal exit.
“But I have to say that this is not going to be a silver bullet…we have a testing system that is barely serviceable.”
“There’s a good deal there for the EU – we’d love to that free trade agreement, but if not we’ll fall back on Australian-style rules.”
WATCH: The idea that Britain will revisit Brexit within two or three years is “for the birds”, says Davey
“The issue is can we have good relations with our European neighbours…I want to be as close to them as possible.”
WATCH: Abbott on whether Starmer took a left line to win the Labour leadership. “I couldn’t possibly comment.”
Specifically, she’s asked whether he “was happy to appear more pro-Corbyn during the leadership election to try and get votes?”
WATCH: Raab on Spain – A “real time response” was right; anything else would have created “uncertainty”
“It would be far worse either to muddy the waters or to hold back and delay from taking the measures when we need to take them”.