The Defence Minister on fighting a 'no-deal' Brexit and confronting terrorism
The Tobias Ellwood One
The Gavin Williamson One
The Defence Secretary on Brexit, speaking plain Yorkshire and why he kept a tarantula.
The Esther McVey One
The former Cabinet Minister on backing May's deal next week and the PM's 'dignified' exit
The Greg Clark One
The Business Secretary on the PM's 'unhelpful' address to the nation and his SDP roots.
The Oliver Letwin One
The Tory MP on why he's taking a leading role in searching for a new policy on Brexit
The Geoffrey Cox One
The Attorney General on the 'difficult birth' of Brexit, Corbyn talks and The Waste Land
The Steve Baker One
The Conservative Eurosceptic MP on righteous anger, herding tigers and not surrendering
The Jed Mercurio One
The television dramatist on writing about politics, the police and the NHS
The Alastair Campbell One
The People's Vote campaigner on why Labour could be marmalized at the European elections
The Rory Stewart One
The International Development Secretary on his pitch for the top job & the joy of walking
The Sajid Javid One
The Home Secretary on how meeting Thatcher inspired him, and his favourite film scene
The Stella Creasy One
The Labour MP on trying to avoid the giant foot of Brexit and her mum's career advice.
The Helle Thorning-Schmidt One
The former Danish PM on life after office, populism and whether she wants to run the EU
The Michael Gove One
From being adopted as a boy, to now running to be prime minister ...
The Jeremy Hunt One
The Foreign Secretary on his 'biggest jolt' while in the cabinet and dancing the lambada
The Tory Leadership Campaign One
Nick reviews what contenders have said about their background and values on our podcast
The David Lidington One
The Deputy PM on doing PMQs, the Tory leadership battle and the dreaded 3am phone call
The Steve Barclay One
The Brexit Secretary on the 'challenges' facing the new PM and his days as a scrum-half
Westminster Hour 23 June 2019
Carolyn Quinn and guests discuss the Conservative leadership contest, Brexit and Iran.
US Deputy Assistant Secretary for Cyber and Communications - Robert Strayer
Is Washington losing the cyberwar?
Should Boris Johnson answer questions on his private life? And: 70 years of Welsh medium education in Cardiff
Should Boris Johnson be made to answer questions on his private life?
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