It was of course Jacob Rees-Mogg who was talking more nonsense than usual!
To kick it off he seemed to indicate that the numerous allegations of bullying by Dominic Raab could be ‘snowflake-y.’
“I think we’ve got to be slightly careful about the bullying allegations,” he told Sky News. “We mustn’t be too snowflakey about it. People need to be able to say this job has not been done well enough and needs to be done better.”
Mr Rees-Mogg said bullying was “very difficult line to judge” and “not a straightforward issue in most cases”.
Mogg went on: “Is it reasonable to demand from senior and well-paid professionals a level of good service? And then you have to judge whether that line has been overstepped. But I do worry we’re getting a bit snowflakey about this.”
Dave Penman, general secretary of the FDA union, which represents senior officials, accused him of “trivialising bullying”, saying: “Even by Rees-Mogg’s standards this is outrageous”.
He also dropped in this Brexit benefit, which is a game changer…