When asked whether the government has coronavirus under control, Rees-Mogg said: 'Coughs and sneezes spread diseases.'
Effigies of key Brexit figures were burned in front of thousands of onlookers on Tuesday night as the country gathered for Bonfire Night festivities.A runaway Brexit rollercoaster featuring a frantic-looking Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg was carried through Lewes as the town celebrated.The East Sussex town is famous for burning effigies of controversial politicians and celebrities every year on 5 November.Read more from Yahoo News UK:Andrew Bridgen apologises for defending Jacob Rees-Mogg’s Grenfell commentsMan accused of killing Grace Millane ‘went on date while body lay in his flat’The universe might not be flat – it could be curved like an inflating ballThey are paraded along the narrow streets of Lewes before being burned in front of thousands of onlookers.This year marks the second in a row that Boris Johnson has featured among the effigies created by the fireworks societies that take part in the festivities.The rollercoaster in Lewes, which was just one of hundreds of towns to put on Bonfire Night displays, also came complete with broken rails and signposts pointing separately to "deal", "no-deal" and "ditch".
Mr Bridgen said the Commons leader would have made a "better decision" than authority figures who told residents to stay in Grenfell Tower while it burned.
The rapper called for the MP to resign in a furious Twitter tirade, as he dubbed Jacob Rees-Mogg as "the scummiest".
The Tory MP has come under for saying he would have ignored advice from the fire brigade and fled the tower.
In eleventh-hour Westminster arm-twisting, Mr Johnson’s government was frantically searching for enough votes to get a majority for his deal in the House of Commons.
The Commons Leader hit out at the Speaker's handling of Brexit in a speech at the Conservative Party conference.
Jacob Rees-Mogg accused a doctor involved in the Operation Yellowhammer report of "fear-mongering".
The style guide, obtained by ITV News, includes a list of grammar instructions and a demand for imperial measurements.
The US president launched a stunning Twitter attack on the mayor of London as he touched down for a UK state visit.
Britain should be as 'difficult as possible' if it stays in the European Union for a long time, Jacob Rees-Mogg has claimed.
MPs are set to vote on a series of amendments to Theresa May's Brexit plan in the Commons on Tuesday.
The arch Brexiteer said that the coup would likely happen after Parliament's 'meaningful vote' on the Prime Minster's Brexit deal.
The former foreign secretary's favourability rating is at an all-time low following his Brexit spats with Theresa May.
Around 50 MPs discussed ways and means of getting rid of the Prime Minister at a gathering of the European Research Group.
Dr Phil Hammond said he planned to contest the North East Somerset seat currently held by the Tory Brexiteer.
Speaking on an LBC phone-in, Jacob Rees-Mogg said it was likely the UK would leave Europe on World Trade Organisation terms.
Justne Greening said Parliament is 'gridlocked' over Brexit and the public should be given another vote.