“But if something does go wrong, there aren’t any clear procedures of where someone would go to.”
WATCH: Rudd – “We must make the distinction between serious allegations and some that are just tittle tattle”
The Home Secretary says there must be “total candour” between Downing Street and the whips about “rumours or allegations” against Tory MPs.
The former adviser to George Osborne and David Davis is joined by our own assistant editor on a panel discussing who will succeed Theresa May, and when.
Lisa Nandy claims to have offered the then-Home Secretary proof that whips were using allegations to demand loyalty from MPs.
The DCMS Minister tells the Daily & Sunday Politics that “the fundamental feeling in Parliament is that the result of the referendum has to be respected”.
WATCH: Paterson says an assumption that we’re leaving the EU on WTO terms would be “prudent insurance”
He cautions against “dramatic talk” of cliff-edges and crashing out.
The Shadow Home Secretary explores the causes of behaviour she has witnessed.
“We are making progress in the right direction,” the Health Secretary tells Marr.
“All of us in this House should have due care and attention to the way in which we refer to other people.”
The negotiations are complicated and deeply technical, but in the end they are about people – and I am determine that we will put people first.”
WATCH: Wallace – Capitalism saves lives, that’s why the failure to make the popular case for it is so dangerous
ConservativeHome’s Executive Editor on the damage done when businesses let down customers and politicians abandon important principles.
WATCH: Mercer – “After Brexit there is an increased role for the Armed Forces, and we’ve got to fund it”
“We need to talk about as a party what we look like after Brexit, and I hope that veterans’ care and being a party of defence means something.”
The upper house “is strongest when it’s people and peers against the House of Commons, which it wouldn’t be in this case.”
WATCH: Fox on the Brexit bill – “We can’t come to a final figure until we know what the final package looks like”
The International Trade Secretary denies that there is any ambiguity about the Government’s position on this point.
“Investing in the future, taking advantage of record low interest rates, can be the right thing if done sensibly.”