The former minister was asked his thoughts on the impact of Matt Hancock's WhatsApp messages being leaked to the press.
Jacob Rees-Mogg broke with tradition when he criticised the Bank of England while serving as a minister during Liz Truss's government.
The former cabinet minister once claimed Tory MPs did not need to wear masks due to their 'convivial spirit'.
A military chief has warned that the armed forces are already 'busy' and should not be considered 'spare capacity' to fill in for striking workers.
The UK is the second largest donor to Ukraine behind the US.
The business secretary says Boris Johnson has a strong mandate to lead the country despite being ousted in July.
It comes amid bitter divisions in the parliamentary Tory party about its future direction.
Founded after the Great Depression to promote global stability, the IMF warns of a tough 2023.
The government has lifted a ban on fracking in England.
The news comes as a relief to many amid warnings some landlords could have pocketed the discount.
The controversial rock star has offered his backing to Jacob Rees-Mogg in an interview with Piers Morgan.
Jacob Rees-Mogg insists that Brexit is not to blame for the UK's economic misfortune.
New polling shows the Tories are on course to lose some of previously safe constituencies.
It follows the controversy surrounding his messages left at civil servants' empty desks.
Rees-Mogg has been one of Johnson's most ardent supporters over Partygate.
With Boris Johnson clinging on to his job by a thread, speculation is mounting over an early general election.
One Conservative MP said the government's new social distancing measures were part of a descent into 'hell'.
The Commons leader has insisted Tories do not need to wear masks in parliament because they have a 'convivial, fraternal spirit'.
The Leader of the House of Commons said Tory MPs don't need masks due to their 'convivial, fraternal spirit'.
A senior Conservative MP has said that benefits are not an "insurance scheme"
"People are right to make a judgment for themselves as to whether they will wear a face mask or not."
The Commons leader has defied Boris Johnson after he again refused to wear a face mask in the House of Commons.
The leader of the Commons was one of a number of Tory MPs not wearing a mask during PMQs.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has defended the government’s proposed 1% pay rise for NHS staff following the resignation of Jenny McGee, insisting: 'The pay is right.'
It comes only six weeks after home secretary Priti Patel said she was looking at making pet theft a more serious offence.