23/06/2018 June 23, 2018

from The Week in Westminster· ·

Tom Newton Dunn of The Sun looks behind the scenes at Westminster. How difficult will it be for a Conservative government to raise taxes to pay for the NHS given its past manifesto commitments? Now that the EU Withdrawal Bill has passed through both Houses of Parliament, what will the "meaningful vote" on the final Brexit deal actually mean? Plus Christopher Chope MP on his infamous intervention on a Private Member's Bill to outlaw upskirting. The Editor is Marie Jessel.



Tom Newton Dunn of The Sun looks behind the scenes at Westminster. How difficult will it be for a Conservative government to raise taxes to pay for the NHS given its past manifesto commitments? Now that the EU Withdrawal Bill has passed through both Houses of Parliament, what will the "meaningful vote" on the final Brexit deal actually mean? Plus Christopher Chope MP on his infamous intervention on a Private Member's Bill to outlaw upskirting. The Editor is Marie Jessel.