Against common perceptions most political functions are drably catered affairs. Cheap wine, nuts, chips, maybe of the gourmet Red Rock Deli kind if you are lucky. So, while recently in London, it felt familiar to see the same fare dished up in Westminster.
The mood was different though. An MP made an impromptu speech which culminated with the missive to ‘take down net zero’.
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