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Stuart Rose, Conservative peer and former head of M&S, Argos, the Arcadia group, and pretty much every other big retail business you can think of, joins Christopher Hope to lay the path towards patching the rift between the Tory party and business. He tells us why he thinks Brexit has left a bad smell between the business leaders and government, but why everyone just needs to move on.
Also on the podcast, Care Minister Gillian Keegan on this week's "jabs for jobs" announcement for care workers and why she doesn't want to pull the "easy lever" of immigration to solve staffing shortages in the sector.
Plus the Telegraph's Environment editor Emma Gatten helps us wade through the greenwashing from COP26 announcements.
Read more from Emma Gatten: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/authors/e/ek-eo/emma-gatten/ |
Inside the Care Crisis with Ed Balls: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/m0011hfd/inside-the-care-crisis-with-ed-balls |
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