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Rishi Sunak to be allowed to use video link when speaking to Commons

‘Vulnerable witnesses – children, victims of sexual assault etc – have long been able to give evidence in court via video link’, a spokesman said. ‘It seems only right to extend this to Rishi Sunak. His emotional state is clearly quite fragile’.

Opponents of the scheme started to say that this would make it easier for Sunak to avoid answering questions, but then petered out when they realised the foolishness of their statements.

Jacob Rees-Mogg – a passionate advocate of people being physically present in the office unless they are MPs – declined to comment as he was off to the cricket.

Hat Tip: @stevema67740989

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