Unions, Jaffa Cakes, 'Irritated Queen' and PCR Tests

Richard Tice starts the show, chatting to Mike about unions, and COP26. Mike rants about the new John Lewis advert, and talks to Catch Adams from the Times about the updated travel rules; vaccinated travellers will no longer have to take a £75 PCR test from 4th October. Harry Wilkinson from Net Zero Watch discusses the Queen's comments about how she is 'irritated' by some world leaders for their stance on the climate. Finally, Trevor Kavanagh chats about the police; one police officer was dismissed for not paying the right amount for a packet of Jaffa Cakes, and another officer quits his role for his comments over the murder of Sarah Everard.


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