Business Secretary Quizzed On Soaring Energy Bills & Tory’s Blackmail Accusations | GMB

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Conservative rebels are reported to have text messages and a secret recording of intimidation & threats from party officials.

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng ‘finds this very unlikely’ but says they are ‘serious allegations, they need to be investigated’.

Broadcast on 21/01/22

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