Later today:— Michael Deacon (@MichaelPDeacon) May 26, 2020
Grant Shapps: "I go on a 40-mile drive to test my eyesight all the time"
Robert Jenrick: "Driving while visually impaired is actually safer, because it forces you to concentrate harder"
Dominic Raab: "I drive blindfold"
Mad, isn’t it? They sent out Grant Shapps. That didn’t work. So the Prime Minister himself went out. That made it worse. So there’s only one higher power left...— Chris Addison (@mrchrisaddison) May 25, 2020
New series of QI begins this week. Very good news for Grant Shapps, as one of the questions in the first couple of weeks is *genuinely* about the A66. https://t.co/HBmp8ZVPBx— James Harkin (@JamesHarkin) May 25, 2020
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps set out conditions of the bailout in a letter to Sadiq Khan on May 14.— Theo Usherwood (@theousherwood) May 29, 2020
Mr Shapps said it was necessary to "optimise the available safe transport capacity".
Ergo, get people who aren't working off public transport to keep commuters safe. pic.twitter.com/2k97stcoKR
Williamson sounds like his heart is in this defence even less than was Grant Shapps over the weekend. No one would enjoy being sent onto the airwaves with material this thin.— Peter Walker (@peterwalker99) May 25, 2020
Sunak gets Nando’s, Hancock horse racing. Grant Shapps looks nervously at his dirty pint, knowing “Lush reopens next week guys! 🎉 “ is still in the hat— Ivo Graham (@IvoGraham) May 30, 2020