Chopper’s Politics: David Davis on why he told Boris Johnson to “in the name of God, go” | Podcast

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Tory grandee David Davis joins Christopher Hope in the Red Lion pub for the interview everybody wanted. The former Brexit Secretary explains why he used PMQs to call for the PM to stand aside “in the name of God” and laughs heartily at the idea of stepping in as interim leader (that’s not a no, though).

Plus the Telegraph’s Tony Diver on his scoop that caused woe at Number 10 (suitcase of booze, anyone?), and Chris Loder MP on how the 2019 Conservative intake are dealing with Partygate and pork pie plots.

Also on the show: Lord Marland, who worked on Boris Johnson’s successful mayoral campaign, on why his friend’s ship is far from sunk.

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