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The Transport Secretary adds that it’s important to achieve “generational reform” in order to “recover the volume of passengers” lost during the pandemic.
But the Labour Leader distances himself from changes backed by Scottish colleagues as he upholds the “primacy of the Equality Act which is very important when it comes to safe spaces.”
The Prime Minister has evidently decided to simplify the Government’s agenda and concentrate on a few big issues – inflation, growth, debt, the NHS and small boats.
He says that the NHS doesn’t need “Labour’s only idea” – namely, another large-scale NHS reorganisation.
The Shadow Health Secretary has been asked by Tominey to prove his party isn’t “a lot of soundbite and no substance”.
In response to Kuenssberg asking why anyone under 45 would vote Tory, Sunak lists a well-managed economy, reducing inflation and “stopping the boats”.
He tells Ridge that “we’ve got to acknowledge the NHS isn’t on its knees, it’s on its face.”
The Prime Minister suggests to Kuenssberg he is willing to talk about this year’s pay settlement.
The Prime Minister sets out his plan for 2023 – to focus less on politics, and more on the things people care about.
“I just want people to feel proud of being British…proud of their towns, the community that they call home, and proud of their leaders, actually.
Living standards, small boats, the NHS – the Prime Minister sketches out his political priorities for the New Year.
Our annual series of carols ends today on this last day of the old year.
Our annual series of carols continues from today until the start of the New Year on Saturday.
Our annual series of carols continues from today until the last of the twelve days of Christmas.
“Herod the King, in his raging, Charged he hath this day; His men of might, in his own sight, All children young, to slay.”