Ministers spend £30,000 on media courses in how NOT to answer questions | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Ministers spend £30,000 on media courses in how NOT to answer questions

Ministers have spent £30,000 learning how to handle tough questions from interviewers.

Culture Secretary Andy Burnham is among those who have signed up for the ‘media training’ sessions, at a cost of up to £3,000 a time.

The sessions are usually conducted by broadcast journalists, who advise Ministers on body language, clothes, haircuts and tone of voice, and suggest devious strategies for dodging killer questions, such as continuing to answer a different question until the interviewer gives up.

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