Sophy Ridge on Sunday: Therese Coffey, Jonathan Reynolds, Miguel Berger and Lord Dannatt

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Sophy Ridge on Sunday: Therese Coffey, Jonathan Reynolds, Miguel Berger and Lord Dannatt” – below is their description.

Sophy Ridge is joined by Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey, shadow business secretary Jonathan Reynolds, former chief of the general staff, General Lord Richard Dannatt, Lord Smith, Germany’s Ambassador to the UK Miguel Berger, and former Conservative MP and education secretary Justine Greening.

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