FOR an alternative take on yesterday’s dramas in Parliament – and whether Liz Truss has any credibility left as Prime Minister – I was invited, along with Benjamin Loughnane (a research fellow at the Bow Group), on to Patrick Christys’s GB News show last night.
Between us, we reset the debate to what it should have been – the terrible financial and economic costs of lockdown, a £500billion debt legacy that Truss inherited thanks to the lockdown-loving elements of her party, not least her new Chancellor. A policy Hunt has the effrontery to declare compassionate.
You can watch me smouldering, if not bursting into flame, from about 2 hours 46 minutes into the show, saved by Benjamin’s confident and coherent statement of the case. Our interjections continue to the end of the show.