The former Immigration Minister says he will not vote for the Prime Minister’s measures.
They were: reducing debt, cutting taxes, ensuring our energy security, increasing business investment, and reforming education.
The Defence Secretary says there was “debate” about whether people were using this weekend for protests, or to “protest for one cause or just turning up as thugs”
The former UKIP leader (and fellow GB News host) was speaking about the ongoing ‘de-banking’ scandal.
The Prime Minister was speaking following the NATO summit.
“We are going to stick to that convention”, says Atkins when asked about the US sending cluster bombs.
According to the columnist and presenter, “voters just won’t turn out, and that’s going to be the biggest problem.”
The Financial Secretary to the Treasury tells Sophy Ridge that Just Stop Oil protests achieve “nothing”.
The Prime Minister tells Kuenssberg that interest rates need to be raised in order to bring down inflation despite the financial difficulties some people might face as a result.
The former Party Chairman says: ‘I believe in growth, growth, growth, and if that’s what Liz Truss went for, it’s a shame we made such a mess of implementing the policies.’
The First Minister says that despite “challenges”, he will ensure his party remains “open and transparent”.
“You can pick some selective statistics, but overall, the experience that people are having on [NHS] waiting lists is dreadful” says the presenter.
Further measures included an additional “£20m uplift” to the BBC World Service over the next two years, “protecting all 42 World Service language services.”
Cleverly highlighted his pride in Britain’s multiculturalism.
The Shadow Health Secretary was asked by Laura Kuenssberg whether he would pay striking nurses more.