Plus: How a Remain win in the referendum would have given us Prime Ministers Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage – and why “Putin probably would have succeeded” in invading Ukraine.
Rees-Mogg on Cameron, Vote Leave, No Deal, May’s Deal, Johnson’s Deal, Gove’s leadership bid – and whether a Remain view of Britain shaped the reception of Kwarteng’s mini-Budget.
Plus: How the Tory “nimby tendency” killed housing reform. Why leadership contest this year would be “completely scatty”. And those who “scribble” criticism of Johnson are “fundamentally dull”.
Our interviewee looks back on Coronavirus, Ukraine and the former Prime Minister’s fall three years on since his general election triumph.
Our interviewee on why he regrets the top rate tax U-turn, backs the radical abolition of tax reliefs, and thinks Chief Whips “can’t resign, really” – as he recalls the fracking vote.
Our interviewee on what went wrong – featuring Boris Johnson, the Bank of England, the OBR, pension funds, Kit Malthouse, why the Covid and energy support schemes were justified…and where the Government didn’t act urgently enough.
The Business Secretary demonstrated to the Federation of Small Businesses that he will be their true friend and champion.
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.