I appeared once again on Adam Boulton’s Sky News show The View, discussing the morning’s newspaper opinion columns with Ian Dunt, editor of Politics.co.uk.
The topics we covered were the resignation of the government’s commissioner for education recovery, on the grounds that there wasn’t going to be any because the government was refusing to pay for it; the hopeless shambles at Britain’s airports over the “red list” system of excluding arrivals from Covid-19 hotspots around the world; and the upheavals in Israel over the now distinct possibility of a new coalition government that will bring the 12-year premiership of Benjamin Netanyahu to an end.
You can watch the segment here.
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