Covid UK and atrocity in France on The View

Today's appearance on Sky's morning newspaper review

I appeared today on Sky’s The View to discuss some of this morning’s newspaper opinion columns with host Adam Boulton and fellow guest Ian Dunt, editor of politics.co.uk. We talked about the never-ending rows over the government’s Covid strategy, and the muted British media response to the horrific beheading of the French teacher, Samuel Paty.

You can watch the item here:

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