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It’s the week in which Boris Johnson rounded off his conference, but was there enough substance with the style? Reporter Rachel Amery speaks to Baroness Annabelle Goldie at the RAF base in Leuchars about the universal credit cut and whether the Army is best deployed driving ambulances and HGVs. Baroness Goldie is also questioned on the role of unelected peers in government.
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