Wednesday's Mark Steyn Show came at the end of another turbulent day in UK politics. But Boris Johnson survived, and indeed emerged rather stronger than he looked twenty-fours earlier. Mark gave his thoughts, and then invited Kathy Gyngell of The Conservative Woman for her take.
Steyn himself expressed a preference for what he called "the Bonar Law solution". Colonel Bob Stewart gave a very animated analysis of Nato's showdown with Putin, and we rounded out the show by returning to the travails of Johnson, with Nile Gardiner calling for a little more conservatism from the Conservative prime minister.
Along the way, Mark was also forced into a Johnsonesque apology. Click below to view the full show:
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