Henry Hill, William Atkinson, and Andrew Gimson (in Taylor Swift’s absence) return to debate Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss’s battle for Downing Street.
Henry Hill, William Atkinson, and Andrew Gimson discuss the ongoing battle for Number 10 between Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss.
The full half hour of the Conservative leadership candidate’s detailed interview with the veteran broadcaster.
Henry Hill and William Atkinson are joined by Andrew Gimson to discuss the final two and next moves of the Conservative leadership contest.
Paul Goodman joins Henry Hill and William Atkinson to go over the first week of the latest Conservative leadership race.
Paul Goodman joins Henry Hill and William Atkinson to dissect the opening salvos of the latest Conservative leadership race.
Our interviewee on how he’s “extremely unlikely” to stand for the leadership – plus the Sex Pistols, Sunak’s failings, Gove, Zahawi’s “mistake”, why he opposes HS2, who he might vote for and how he would deliver tax cuts.
Plus: The Cabinet Office Minister on the proper limits of the Bank of England’s independence.
The former Conservative leader says that “the country would be better off under new leadership”.
Plus: Why Ministers aren’t under an obligation to vote for the Party Leader in a confidence ballot.
The Cabinet Office Minister on the Baxdendale Report, whether Thatcherism is back, and why he was right to say Partygate is “disproportionate fluff”.
The Cabinet Office Minister on the war, and on fracking: “it’s not the San Francisco earthquake”.
Rees-Mogg suggests that the health spending that the NIC increase will finance could be funded by savings he can find.
Rees-Mogg says he doesn’t know whether Starmer bears any responsibility for the practice of automatically believing complainants.
The Leader of the House on Downing Street parties, whips and threats, Covid…and Ukraine.