Chopper’s Politics Podcast: Eating out, helping out and speaking out

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Steve Barclay, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, joins Christopher Hope to discuss the Chancellor’s mini-Budget, how Britons will be weaned off the “public sector money teat” and why he’s keeping schtum on which restaurant he’ll visit first to Eat Out to Help Out.

Plus Paul Harrison, former press secretary to Theresa May when she was in Number 10, on how televised daily press briefings could mean more scrutiny for politicians and journalists alike, and why he’d mourn the loss of the irreverent question. And Lord Howell, President of the Royal Commonwealth Society, on why he believes the Queen “fully understood” what Prince Harry meant in Commonwealth “uncomfortable history” row.

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