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"What is transparent about a meeting between the PM and the person responsible for deciding his political future?" asks Jo CoburnEducation Secretary Nadhim Zahawi says he does not know who arranged Boris Johnson and Sue Gray's meeting #SundayMorning
"The scale of this is simply too big for us to manage" CEO of E.ON UK Michael Lewis calls for more intervention from the government to help customers with "unprecedented" rising energy bills #SundayMorning
Labour leader Keir Starmer says police investigation has shown "industrial scale lawbreaking in Downing Street... that reflects a culture and the prime minister sets the culture" “Of course he should resign,” he says
“Trying to convince yourself it was the right thing to do because we have a baby” Ukrainian refugee Tetiana Lukianenko describes trying to settle in the Scottish village of Aberfeldy while loved ones remain at risk in Ukraine#BBCSundayShow
Singing of Auld Lang Syne starts in the European Parliament as the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement is approved by MEPs
"There are not enough doctors, there are not enough nurses. The NHS is being destroyed, and now you come here for a press opportunity" The father of a sick child confronts Boris Johnson on a visit to a London hospital
"While this is a sad day for Northern Ireland, it is a shameful day for the DUP" Alliance Party leader Naomi Long criticises members of the DUP for taking their salaries but refusing "to take their seats and do the work to earn it"