It felt very much as though climate change was playing second fiddle to other overarching intentions which the candidates were keen to trot out.
The Environment Secretary mounts a sustained critique of Channel Four in which he claims it is “making a polemical case” rather than holding the Tories to account.
Plus: Brexit Derangement Syndrome sufferers have gone fully tonto due to prorogation. And three cheers for Andrew Neil.
Plus: Nine of the ten original candidates have been on my show. When will you let me interview you in depth, Boris Johnson?
Yesterday evening’s event with Michael Gove, Jeremy Hunt, Sajid Javid, Dominic Raab and Rory Stewart.
Many will hope that Gove and Hunt duke it out in a constructive way for the right to take on the man who is the clear winner from the week’s events.
Paul Goodman of ConHome and Stephen Bush of the New Statesman in conversation with Gary Gibbon of Channel 4 for his podcast.
Plus: No, the Trump-Kim Jong Un summit wasn’t altogether a failure. And: Costa should get his old job back.
The Home Secretary is afloat on a sargasso sea of returning jihadis, human rights laws, bewildering intelligence, gaps in the law – and a shrieking media.
Plus: Up, up and away – HS2’s costs. Staying down – LibDem poll ratings. Stuck where they are – Labour’s.
We all of us know more now that we did two years ago, she says at the start of Channel 4’s Brexit debate.
At the beginning of Channel 4’s Brexit debate, Rees-Mogg says that people voted for Brexit and it should be delivered.
Only his party can deliver a better future, says Barry Gardiner in his opening Channel 4 TV debate statement.
At the start of Channel 4’s TV debate on Brexit, the Conservative Party Deputy Chairman makes his case.
Plus: Norcott and Brandreth triumph at Edinburgh. Turnbull and Dutton circle in Australia. And: Corbyn’s shoddy copy of the Trump playbook.