BBC Question Time
″How can he or anyone in his government understand what it is like to be in those shoes?"
But there was some compassion for asylum seekers.
On BBC Question Time, Labour shadow minister says "there’s no place for hate on our streets, but there’s no place for hate in the Home Office either".
Nick Thomas-Symonds said the Covid Inquiry is proving to be "absolutely shocking".
“The Conservative Party have treated the country with contempt."
Housebuilding claim laughed at as home secretary's words labelled "pure evil".
"We behave as if these people are not playing the rules – they are," Henri Murison said on BBC Question Time.
The Labour MP had a robust response to Suella Braverman's divisive comments on migration.
"Patients are at risk every single day of the week," she claimed.
Tory minister gets blowback for complaint about social media “collective bed-wetting”.
About BBC Question Time
Question Time is a BBC political debate programme based on Any Questions? The show features politicians from at least the three major political parties as well as other public figures who answer pre-selected questions put to them by an audience selected on the basis of its political views and demographic. Question Time is presented by David Dimbleby. Programme schedule. Source: Wikipedia