Therese Coffey and Jacob Rees-Mogg, cabinet ministers, are among a group of powerful Conservatives who are charged with intimidating Conservative MPs into voting against a Labour motion on fracking.
According to opposition MPs, one Tory MP was “physically manhandled” into the “no” lobby amid extraordinary events at Westminster to ensure he opposed the motion.
The Business Secretary, Mr. Rees-Mogg, insisted there was no evidence of any manhandling and that MPs were simply having a “normal” discussion before casting their votes.
This is despite Labour MP Chris Bryant claiming he has photo evidence of the incident.
You can see his interview below: