Rory appeared on Question Time this evening, hosted by Fiona Bruce, and on a panel with Diane Abbott, Shadow Home Secretary, Kirsty Blackman, the SNP’s Spokesperson on the Economy, Isabel Oakeshott, the journalist and author, and Anand Menon, Professor at Kings College London.
Rory has confirmed that he will be voting in favour of the Government’s Brexit Deal this evening. This vote will determine whether Britain is to leave the European Union under the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement and in line with the Political Declaration that the Prime Minister negotiated. Rory has been a supporter of the Prime Minister’s […]
Long before I was a politician, I monitored – as a diplomat – two elections in Indonesia, and ran a polling station for the first post-Saddam elections in Iraq. Later, again on behalf of Britain, I helped define the conditions for an election in Zimbabwe, funded grass-roots movements in Pakistan, parliamentary mentoring in Burma, and […]
Rory appeared on Channel 4 News with Krishnan Guru-Murthy last night, to discuss the Prime Minister’s Brexit Deal, and the day’s events in Parliament. Watch it here: He also appeared on Five Live, listen to it here: On Newsnight: On LBC: And with Christiane Amanpour on CNN:
Rory appeared on BBC2’s “Politics Live” with Jo Coburn this afternoon, alongside Sarah Champion, Isabel Oakeshott and Lesley Riddoch, to discuss Brexit, levels of abuse directed towards politicians and the prison system. Watch it here:
Rory was recorded in conversation with James Forsyth, The Spectator’s Political Editor, Stephen Bush, The New Statesman’s Political Editor, and Lara Prendergast, The Spectator’s Assistant Editor, for The Spectator’s Christmas Podcast. You can listen to it here: