Chopper returns to a new prime minister and an almost entirely new cabinet. And this week, Deputy Chairman of the Eurosceptic European Research Group of Conservative Members of Parliament (try saying that three times, backwards…) Mark Francois joins him in the Red Lion pub to tell us why he has high hopes that Boris Johnson could ditch Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement altogether.
Also on the podcast: Professor Anand Menon on why investing billions in deprived communities after Brexit could see Boris Johnson rewarded at the ballot box and Peggy Grande of World for Brexit on why the UK's departure from the EU is more than just a British concern. Plus graphologist Emma Bache reveals which members of the new cabinet are the most irritable and the most image-concerned when she analyses their handwriting.
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