Moving on to the GB Energy plan, it’s put to Kyle that critics say they won’t be able to take advantage of new green tech, making the plan costly, and that aiming for 2030 could be “too soon”.

Kyle refers to Patrick Vallance, who served as the Chief Scientific Adviser to the government, endorsing the policy, saying that if we don’t do this we will have to import solutions from other countries, rather than the nation that innovates and export technology to other countries.

“We can’t just not do this,” he says.

Nick Robinson then says Labour has promised £8bn to the clean energy plan, which critics on the left and right say isn’t enough.

Kyle replies that the left always thinks there aren’t enough noughts after figures.