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Five things we learnt from this week's Sophy Ridge on Sunday

Asked by Sophy Ridge if families would be able to meet, the Chancellor surprised no-one by declaring that “Christmas is not going to be normal this year”

National Statistician Sir Ian Diamond tells Sophy Ridge on Sunday "we are seeing a slowdown in the rate of growth" of the Coronavirus

Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney tells Sophy Ridge on Sunday if the British government "deliberately breaks international law" there will be no Brexit trade deal

Environment Secretary George Eustice tells Sophy Ridge on Sunday the government will reimpose the law-breaking clauses of the Internal Market Bill For more on this and other news visit

Five things we learnt from this week's Sophy Ridge On Sunday

Five things we learnt from this week's Sophy Ridge On Sunday

Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove tells Sophy Ridge on Sunday the government could extend the national lockdown if data shows the infection rate has not fallen enough For more on this and other news visit

Five things we learnt from this week's Sophy Ridge On Sunday

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Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab tells Sophy Ridge on Sunday he will update the House on the extradition agreement with Hong Kong following the imposition of new security laws by Beijing

Foreign Secretary just told Sophy Ridge that “we are transitioning from 4 to 3...” but that wasn’t the answer I got on Friday, despite specifically asking whether we are at 4 or 3 or somewhere between 3 and 4... Government’s plan asserts JBC responsible for setting alert level

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Labour leadership candidate Rebecca Long-Bailey has told Sophy ridge on Sunday that the government needs to clarify what constitutes as "non-essential work"

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has told Sophy Ridge on Sunday that it is important to have "mass testing as fast as possible" to avoid the resurgence of coronavirus

Sir Keir Starmer has said on Sophy Ridge on Sunday that Labour’s Brexit policy in the general election was “of course” the “right policy”, despite the party’s heavy defeat

Home Secretary Priti Patel tells Sophy Ridge on Sunday that businesses in the UK have been "too reliant on low skilled cheap labour from EU" and the government will be able to control levels of low skilled migration after Brexit

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told Sophy Ridge on Sunday that under Conservatives there will be 50,000 more nurses in the NHS but admits only 31,000 will be "new" nurses

Sophy Ridge on Sky. ‘Usually when we go out we find a range of opinions. In Edinburgh we couldn’t find anyone who had anything positive to say about Boris Johnson’.

Sophy asks: Can we leave the backstop unilaterally, yes or no? Long answer from May, but its a No #ridge 

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