Interviewing Anneliese Dodds on GMB this morning, Piers went in hard on last week’s sacking of Rebecca Long-Bailey, saying “it’s hard to imagine a more antisemitic trope than that”. Guido can think of something more antisemitic, Piers…
Herr Morgan also asked whether Becky should apologise, saying “she can’t seem to bring herself to say the word ‘sorry'”. Two weeks ago, the Campaign Against Antisemitism put out a statement in response to Guido’s exclusive photo of Piers’ party wear, saying:
Mr Morgan must clarify what exactly happened and, if the claims are true, make amends.
Over a fortnight on from Guido’s story, Piers is keeping stum…
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will this week unveil a package of measures aimed at getting the UK economy moving again.
But will his “decade of investment” on schools, hospitals, prisons and transport work? Are massive infrastructure schemes the best way to stimulate growth? What about sweeping tax reforms? Or ridding the UK of stifling regulation?
All this and more will be discussed when the IEA’s Syed Kamall is joined by Matt Kilcoyne, of the Adam Smith Institute, Duncan Simpson of the Taxpayers’ Alliance, John Ashmore of CapX and IEA Senior Academic Fellow Philip Booth.
Together, they’ll discuss the best ways of KICKSTARTING THE UK ECONOMY.
JOIN IN THE DEBATE – LIVE at 6.00 pm – HERE or on YouTube.
After Boris’ private press up show for the Mail on Sunday yesterday, Sir Keir threw down a cheeky gauntlet on GMB this morning; suggesting at Wednesday’s PMQs question one could be “first to 50″. It’d be the most entertaining PMQs in a long time – hands down…