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Jill Rutter speaks to BBC Radio Ulster about the investigation into partygate and what she calls "Boris Johnson's worst week" since becoming Prime Minister and entering Downing Street.
Jill Rutter speaks to BBC Radio Scotland about Sue Gray and her remit when it comes to the investigations into the Downing Street lockdown parties. Jill discusses the "need for independent machinery" to investigate these sorts of allegations an
Jill Rutter speaks to BBC Radio 4's PM programme about the investigations into Downing Street lockdown parties, Sue Gray's career in the civil service and more.
Jill Rutter speaks to Times Radio about Sue Gray, Second Permanent Secretary to the Cabinet Office, the person tasked with leading the inquiries into the Downing Street lockdown parties. Jill discusses Sue's career in the civil service, her wor
Paula Surridge speaks to BBC Radio 4's Westminster Hour about concerns around cost of living issues for UK voters, particularly in "red wall" voting areas. For more on the red wall, catch up on our event from the Labour Party Conference 2020
Jill Rutter speaks to BBC Radio's 5 Live about Brexit's impact on the movement of goods in and out of the UK, the effect on businesses having to adapt to a post-Brexit landscape and more.
Anand Menon speaks alongside Maddy Thimont Jack, Sam McBride, Katya Adler and Peter Foster on The Briefing Room with David Aaronovitch on the subject of Brexit: What Have We Learned? Anand discusses the impact of Brexit on UK business, trade re
Jill Rutter speaks to LBC about Lord Geidt's inquiries into Downing Street misconduct, 'government by WhatsApp', the Prime Minister's 'casual, throw away conversations' and transparency in political decision-making.
Jill Rutter speaks to Time Radio about Lord Geidt's (the Independent Adviser on Ministers’ Interests) role, his request to be given more independence to initiate investigations into MPs' misconduct and more.
Jill Rutter speaks to Times Radio about the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and Brexit negotiations given Liz Truss' recent assignment to lead these discussions following Lord Frost's resignation.
Jill Rutter speaks to Times Radio about the controversies around MPs awarding contracts to donors and allies, the idea of 'one rule for us and one for them' and 'partygate'.
Jill Rutter speaks on the Bloomberg Westminster podcast about the government's handling of Brexit post-Lord Frost's resignation, as well what Lord Frost was working on during his tenure.
Jill Rutter speaks to Times Radio about the booster programme in the UK, where things stand in terms of vaccination rates and the efficacy of vaccines and the Omicron variant more generally.
Jill Rutter speaks to Times Radio about the investigation into lockdown and coronavirus restriction breaches at Downing Street and why assigning Simon Case to initially lead these investigations was problematic.
Jill Rutter speaks to Times Radio about Lord Frost's resignation from Boris Johnson's cabinet and the multiple facets of his work on Brexit and relations with the European Union over issues like the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland. She als
Jill Rutter speaks to Times Radio about the rebellion within the Conservative Party around the potential introduction of new Covid-19 restrictions, including vaccine passports.
Jill Rutter speaks to BBC Radio Wales about the Downing Street Christmas parties, the investigations into the events, the impact on governance, news relate to the booster programme and more.
Jill Rutter speaks to Times Radio about two of the week's biggest stories: 1. The alleged Christmas Party held at Number 10 last December during tier 3 in London and 2. The whistleblower comments about the FCDO's handling of the crisis in Afgha
In this episode of the Brexit and Beyond podcast, special guest Elizabeth David-Barrett, Director of the Centre for the Study of Corruption, joins Anand Menon to discuss corruption in the UK and beyond. From Covid-19 contracts to the House of
Jill Rutter speaks to Times Radio about the Owen Paterson case, the ending of his political career and the Government's response to the initial verdict.
Jill Rutter and Sir John Curtice speak to BBC Radio 4's World at One about the Owen Paterson case, 'sleaze allegations' and the subject of MPs holding second jobs.
Paula Surridge, deputy director of UK in a Changing Europe, and Tim Bale speak to Times Radio about their new book with Will Jennings and Rob Ford, The British General Election of 2019.
Jill Rutter speaks to LBC about the Owen Paterson lobbying case, including his resignation and the Government's response.
On 27 October, Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak announced his Autumn Budget and Spending Review. Our expert economics panel will be convened again to discuss the impacts of Brexit and Covid-19 on the announcements. Speakers: Ben Chu, E
Catherine Barnard speaks to LBC about the ongoing fishing rights dispute between the UK and France.
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