The Chipping Barnet MP also said the party is “trusted on the economy”.
“I don’t think there’s any need for these strikes at all, the Transport Secretary says.
“I think they are triangulating between what they think is public opinion in the likes of the Daily Mail.”
“I don’t think building bridges will involve ignoring the issue because I don’t think ethics works that way.”
“But I don’t think now is a moment for the change in Prime Minister. Making Vladimir Putin happy is something we don’t want.”
“I remember being chased around the park as entertainment for some of the bigger boys and dunked in the pond.”
“When you’ve had such an emphatic defeat, the worst thing you can do is think that one more heave will do it.”
The Alliance Party leader says that we’re asking the EU to devolve the management of the internal market to the UK.
The Shadow Chancellor says that Labour wants a windfall tax on the North Sea oil and gas companies.
“No, I don’t think the two situations are directly analogous…and I don’t think the Prime Minister was saying that they were.”
“War is going to drive up our costs,” says the Foreign Affairs Select Committee member.
“The sacrifices that we are going to have to undertake are nothing like the sacrifices that people in Ukraine are suffering now.”
He is quizzed about depriving Putin of “jaguar cars, wedgewood pottery and chocolate truffles”.
“I want the Prime Minister to give that commitment. No more words: we need action here in Northern Ireland.”
“I was very pleased to see the Chancellor come up last week with the set of measures that you described.”