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Today in audio: Philip Davies and David Cameron’s ‘loving hug’

23 February 2016

6:16 PM

23 February 2016

6:16 PM

Bernard Hogan-Howe was up in front of the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee today where Keith Vaz did his best to soften up the Met Police commissioner at the start of the hearing by asking him for his views on the EU referendum. But Hogan-Howe said he wasn’t getting involved:

Whilst on the subject of Lord Bramall and Lord Brittan, Hogan-Howe resolutely maintained his position. He told MPs that the apology he gave to Lady Brittan ‘was certainly a full apology’ for not having told her early enough that her husband was not being prosecuted:


On the subject of the EU, David Cameron said he was ‘great friends’ with Boris but insisted that the Mayor of London was ‘wrong’ in his stance over Brexit:

Whilst Tory backbencher Philip Davies spoke of his ‘loving hug’ from the PM at the 1922 committee last night:


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