Prime Ministers Questions November 23 2022

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was grilled on Scottish Independence and the forthcoming recession – and as usual provided few answers.

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1 thought on “Prime Ministers Questions November 23 2022

  1. Steve James

    I love the way that Sunak states that x amount is being provided and he hopes, yes hopes, the money gets to the the needy.
    As far as bus and train services, the government should be making laws to ensure that train and bus companies meet the agreed services. We have seen Southeaster cut down on services for no reason while expecting to get the subsidy.

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