Camilla Tominey reveals what she REALLY thinks as she calls for more Labour to appear on GB News

Camilla Tominey reveals what she REALLY thinks as she calls for more Labour to appear on GB News
Gabrielle Wilde

By Gabrielle Wilde

Published: 07/07/2024

- 14:27

Camilla Tominey reveals what she really thinks of her guest's interviews as she delivers her verdict after today's show.

Speaking to GB News Camilla said: "The most interesting interview of the show by far was with Suella Braverman, the former home secretary, and trying to pin her down.

"Is she standing? I asked her so many different times and ways she wouldn't commit. She just said that the Tories need to have a period of reflection. She's definitely standing. She's just not telling me yet.

"She certainly wouldn't rule it out anyway. Lots of soul-searching going on in the Tory party. What I can't quite work out is if she thinks she's got so little in common with her Conservative colleagues, why doesn't she deflect to Reform? Because she's got a lot more in common with Richard Tice and Nigel Farage.

"Anyway, she said she's a Conservative through and through. She's got to sit it through. Let's see. I'm not sure I can see her serving under somebody more moderate than she is, though.

"So if Tom Tugendhat or somebody else gets it who isn't stridently right-wing, I think there's going to be fireworks.

"I also chatted to Richard Tice, who's delighted to be elected as the MP for both Boston and Skegness. After a long week for the Reform Party, he was talking about how they have to professionalize and I think that's right, really. You know, they've won all of these votes, they've got the vote share up.

"They want to take on the Tories and indeed the Lib Dems and Labour. They need to do that with more support. So I think they are also going to undergo a period of reflection. I'd love to tell you what it was like to interview Business Secretary Jonathan Reynolds for Labour, but Labour pulled the plug on the interview with just a few hours to go before it was due to take place.

"Make of that what you will. Matthew Lazar, who was on a panel with James Hill and Matthew Le, is very close to the Labour Party, suggested that it was a cock up rather than a conspiracy. But with Christopher Hope, our political editor, not having been given a question at the Prime Minister's press conference yesterday in Downing Street, I'm not sure, but can I put it this way?

"The new Labour government in its need to embrace all of the electorate, rather than just the small proportion that voted for them, 34 per cent of the country, two thirds of people vote for something somebody else. If the Labour government do want to have cross-party cross British appeal, then they really should start by appearing on GB News."


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