Chopper’s Politics: Grant Shapps on why you should still book your next holiday | Podcast

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Transport Secretary Grant Shapps MP joins Chris on the podcast this week urging listeners to still book holidays, as long as you have insurance, discuss why he doesn’t think expensive on return PCR tests should have their price capped, and assures Chris that one day he’ll make train seats more comfortable…

He also shamelessly blames his elderly dog for his current lack of travel plans (#JusticeForMrCrumble).

Plus, ERG Chair Mark Francois MP returns to The Red Lion pub to announce an early Christmas present for the Brexiteer in your life, his new book revealing the inside story of Brexit from the side that won, and the battle he went through trying to get it published.

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