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Liz Truss struggled to answer questions and was lost for words at points as she defended her mini-budget and the economic turmoil it caused for the first time in a series of toe-curling radio interviews this morning.
No statue of the Queen on Trafalgar Square's Fourth Plinth "for the foreseeable future", with artworks commissioned for the plinth for the next four years
@mrjamesob rebukes Kwasi Kwarteng's mini-budget: 'If the scales don't fall from your eyes today they never will... they think you are so pathetic that they are going to give people like me more money and have you believe that they are actually helping you.'
Human Rights Lawyer Emma Reilly reveals that the UN is actively sharing the names of Uyghur dissidents with the Chinese Government, telling Maajid Nawaz the actions of the UN here are 'criminal.' @MaajidNawaz
'Leaving the EU has made leaving the UK much more difficult. We asked to be treated like this Ian - we said we want to be third-country nationals, we want to have all of that bureaucracy.' @SimonCalder | @ianpaynesport