Our interviewee on why David Frost is the “Henry Kissinger of our days”, Tory rebellions and how he thinks churches will cope with social distancing.
Our interviewee on “very clear-sighted Home Secretary” and why he was right to end virtual Parliament. Plus: What does he think about illegal raves?
He tells us about his views on Hong Kong, and how he balances his “absolute” loyalty to both the church and Government over re-openings for worship.
But “I don’t think that’s a great fault”. Also: our interviewee on why “Sir Keir, the nervous knight” and the Opposition “like having a hybrid parliament”.
Our interviewee on why Starmer “has made the Labour Party once again a moderate, centre-Left party.” Plus: does he think the UK should follow Sweden?
The first of the group’s online conservations probes the implications of the Coronavirus for Britain’s business culture.
Plus: Why China’s relationship with the rest of the world could change “for the better or worse after this”.
Jacob Rees-Mogg on the Government’s strategy – and how MPs over 70 can use the pairing system to stay away from Parliament.
Jacob Rees-Mogg also gives his view on “marvellous” Priti Patel and the role of the civil service. Plus: does he think his Grenfell comment was a mistake?
How will the election pan out? “Ask Sir John Curtice,” Rees-Mogg tells us. Plus: Bercow’s partiality “was damaging to the position of Speaker”.
“Asking for more time is pointless and foolish,” Jacob Rees-Mogg argues. Also: why he believes leaving the EU will strengthen the Union.
Rees-Mogg suggests Conservatives will prefer restoring the Law Lords to judicial hearings. And says Watson faces “very serious questions”.
Rees-Mogg discusses why “we should be very proud” of the UK’s private schools. And hopes that the EU will show “some swift action as we get closer to 31st October”.
The Brexit Party MEP on why she would “fight tooth and nail” against the deal even if the backstop was deleted. Plus: would she stand against her brother?
The new Leader of the House on how he was “gulled” by Theresa May over Brexit, and why it’s “a little bit premature” to talk about resigning if the October deadline isn’t met.