Watch live: Sophy Ridge is joined by Tech Minister Paul Scully and Labour’s Jonathan Ashworth

Watch live: sophy ridge is joined by tech minister paul scully and labour's jonathan ashworth

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Watch The Take with Sophy Ridge live: #SophyRidge is joined by Minister for Tech & Digital Economy Paul Scully, shadow Work & Pensions Secretary Jonathan Ashworth and Conservative MP Caroline Nokes.

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