Minister Quizzed On Whether You Can Be Too Rich To Be An MP After Keir Starmer’s Rishi Comments| GMB

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‘Do you think that there is an argument to say that some people are simply too wealthy to be public figures?’

Armed Forces Minister James Heappey says he doesn’t think ‘wealth means you can’t have empathy.’

Broadcast on 12/04/22

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