Sophy Ridge on Sunday: Dominic Raab, Lisa Nandy and Daisy Cooper

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Sophy Ridge on Sunday: Dominic Raab, Lisa Nandy and Daisy Cooper” – below is their description.

After a set of highly significant elections across the UK, there are some big questions for the main parties to answer. Join Sophy Ridge as she talks to…

🔵 Deputy prime minister, Dominic Raab

🔴 Shadow levelling up secretary, Lisa Nandy

🟠 Lib Dem deputy leader, Daisy Cooper

🔵 Conservative MP and chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee , Tom Tugendhat

🇫🇮 Finland Ambassador to the UK, Jukka Siukosaari

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