Sky News Breakfast: Minister ‘doesn’t seek to defend’ PM’s ‘birthday party’

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On Sky News Breakfast with Kay Burley on Tuesday, January 25:

– the Transport Secretary faces questions on the PM’s ‘birthday party’ during lockdown in June 2020;

– the US put troops on alert as Russia masses 100,000 of its troops near Ukraine’s border;

– and as travel rules start to ease, will it get the travel industry back on track?

Plus all the day’s headlines, newspaper front pages and breaking news stories.

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