Jacob Rees-Mogg joins GB News to host his own show 


Conservative backbencher and former Cabinet minister Jacob Rees-Mogg is joining GB News to host his own programme. 

Mr Rees-Mogg, the MP for North East Somerset since 2010, will debate the hot topics of the day and interview big-name guests from across the political spectrum. 

He will also take his show on tour, regularly broadcasting in front of live audiences in towns and cities across the country. 

Mr Rees-Mogg was the Minister of State for Brexit Opportunities and Government in Boris Johnson’s Cabinet from February to September last year and served briefly as Business Secretary. He was also Leader of the House of Commons. 

He resigned from the Cabinet in October to return to the back benches. 

Mr Rees-Mogg, who has already made regular appearances on GB News, said:

“GB  News is a bastion of free speech which clearly has its finger uniquely on the pulse of  public opinion and does not talk down to its viewers and listeners. 

“I have been impressed by the channel’s independent-mindedness and its  determination to talk to people with many different perspectives, which is exactly  what I will do on my programme.” 

Editorial Director Mick Booker said:

“Jacob is an authentic and authoritative voice of  the Tory backbenches with his trademark common sense, refreshing directness, and an impish sense of fun. He’s a terrific addition to the GB News family.” 

He added:

“The programme will embrace a range of guests and viewpoints from all sides of politics but will also explore some of Jacob’s other wide-ranging interests. No doubt classic cars and good Somerset cider will feature at some point.” 

Further details of the programme will be announced in coming weeks. 

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