0:27 - Does Jacob share more political ground with Farage than Cameron?
2:13 - Will the Lib Dems suffer at the next general election?
2:39 - Why Vince Cable would be a worse deputy PM than Clegg.
2:59 - Is filibustering merely taxpayer funded frivolity?
4:42 - Floccinaucinihilipilification: Jacob enters the record books.
5:58 - Jacob watches our clip with Gyles Brandreth, who suggests the word itself dilutes the attention oo the issue in question.
8:45 - Private education and posh prejudice.
9:34 - Why Jacob thinks we shouldn't be tackling climate change.
11:20 - Ukraine: will matters escalate?
12:14 - The difference between the Ukrainian crisis and the Israeli occupancy of the West Bank.
12:51 - Is Britain still a Christian country?
13:53 - Is there anything wrong with having children before or without marrying?
14:19 - Cost of a pint of milk, loaf of bread, and first class stamp...
15:05 - On being David Cameron's worst nightmare.
16:22 - Romanticism in politics.
16:50 - Jacob chooses three women to take to a desert island.
17:53 - Is Jacob too posh to become Prime Minister, or is he a man of the people?
Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg sits down for an extensive interview, with topics ranging from Nigel Farage's UKIP to the threat Russia poses to Western civilisation.
He addresses the claim that he is stuck in the early 20th century, and defends his stance on various social issues - having children outside of marriage, protecting the environment, and private education. He also ponders whether the UK is still a Christian country.
Jacob tackles some of the most pressing issues in modern-day politics, like knowing the price of a pint of milk, and he names the three famous women he'd like to take to a desert island (whilst insisting his wife wouldn't be jealous...).
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