Was it an attack on BAME ministers? Or the Tories? The former Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid took to Twitter to defend his successor after deeming a @OneRuleForThem_ advert attacking Sunak's personal finances to be an attack on BAME Tory Cabinet ministers.
"You want politics put aside, should Sir Keir join the Cabinet?" Eddie Mair put this to Tory MP Jake Berry after he insisted that regional leaders, should "stop having a hairy chest competition about money" and forget their party. @eddiemair
Theresa May has led a fierce onslaught by Tory ex-cabinet ministers against a housing shake-up proposed by the PM
“We don’t have competent Cabinet ministers.” The Times’ @jennirsl says Boris Johnson’s Cabinet has been chosen “not because they’re the most talented people in the Tory party” but because “they won’t challenge him”, adding “this has led” to the exam results “mess” #Newsnight
“One Cabinet minister has been heard to say that unless this is dealt with - that means the departure of Dominic Cummings - this could cost lives.” Political Editor@nicholaswatt reports on the growing Tory revolt over the PM’s decision to stand by Mr Cummings👇#Newsnight
Tory MP and former minister tell me: "This is a Cabinet of fools led by a hollow narcissist who is nothing without his Svengali.“
In March this year, Tory MP Nicky Morgan said she would "actively campaign against" anybody who had voted against Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal agreement - including Boris Johnson. Today, she is a member of his Cabinet.
It would be an outrageous, anti-democratic abuse of power for Boris Johnson - elected as Prime Minister by fewer than 100,000 unrepresentative Tory members - to force through No Deal in the middle of a General Election campaign. My letter to Cabinet Secretary Mark Sedwill: