Rory, in his capacity as Minister of State at the Ministry of Justice, appeared on BBC London News to discuss the state of the capital’s prisons while on a visit to Wormwood Scrubs. Watch it here:
Rory appeared on the Today Programme this morning to discuss Brexit, the state of negotiations and the nation’s prisons. Watch it here: Sky News with Adam Boulton: TalkRadio with Julia Hartley-Brewer: And Good Morning Britain: And BBC Breakfast: And LBC: And ITN:
Rory appeared on BBC2’s ‘Politics Live’ today, presented by Jo Coburn, and alongside Rachel Reeves, Chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee, Tom Newton Dunn, Political Editor of The Sun, Stefanie Bolzen, Ed Vaizey MP and Steve Baker MP. Watch it here: Rory also appeared on Channel 4 News last night, to discuss Parliament’s votes […]
Rory, George Monbiot, Mark Cocker and Minette Batters participated in “The Fight for the Countryside: Britain Should Rewild its Uplands”, hosted by Jonathan Dimbleby on Tuesday 10 July. You can listen to the full debate here: And Rory’s speech, which is HERE. The full debate can be viewed here:
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 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 and Guy Opperman sat down to discuss the Prime Minister’s Brexit Deal, why they support it, and what the alternatives are. Watch it here: