The Take with Sophy Ridge:

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Join Sky’s Sophy Ridge for analysis on the latest political news, as the PM meets with NATO leaders in Madrid. Sophy is joined by Home Office Safeguarding Minister Rachel Maclean, shadow chief secretary to the treasury Pat McFadden, former deputy chief of the defence staff Sir Simon Mayall and Labour MP Rosie Duffield.

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Sophy Arabella Ridge is an English broadcast journalist. She worked as a journalist at the tabloid newspaper News of the World. Ridge then worked as a political correspondent for Sky News where she has presented Sophy Ridge on Sunday since 2017.

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