Sky News Breakfast: «We want to be transparent»

On Sky News Breakfast with Kay Burley on Wednesday January 26:

- Foreign Secretary Liz Truss on the escalating tensions between Ukraine and Russia - and if she was invited to any Downing Street parties;
- will Downing Street release the Sue Gray report? Ms Truss says they want to be transparent;
- and Omicron surges in school children, but still restrictions are due to end in England.

Plus all the day's headlines, newspaper front pages and breaking news stories.

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