Good morning. Boris Johnson is doing a morning interview spherical right this moment, and he has advised BBC Breakfast that the nation is at a “turning point”. He mentioned Britain is now at a degree the place it has an opportunity to pivot in the direction of a excessive wage, excessive abilities economic system. He mentioned:
[What] I don’t assume could be a good suggestion could be to go backwards to the sort of low wage, low funding, low talent strategy that they’ve had earlier than. So it’s actually an enormous turning level for the UK, a possibility for us to go in a distinct path.
I’ll put up extra from his interviews shortly.
Here is the agenda for the day.
9.50am: Dominic Raab, the justice secretary and deputy prime minister, provides a speech.
10.40am: Alistair Jack, the Scottish secretary, takes half in a panel dialogue.
Morning: Raab and Andy Street, the West Midlands mayor, are among the many Tories collaborating in fringe occasions.
11.20am: George Eustice, the surroundings secretary, is interviewed on the stage.
11.50am: Priti Patel, the house secretary, provides a speech.
Afternoon: Liz Truss, the foreign secretary, David Frost, the Brexit secretary, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, the worldwide improvement secretary, and Ben Houchen, the Tees Valley mayor, are among the many Tories collaborating in fringe occasions.
4pm: Sajid Javid, the well being secretary, provides a speech.
4.50pm: Alok Sharma, the Cop26 president, is interviewed on stage.
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