Tory leadership hopefuls appeared on Channel 4 in a live TV debate about, for the most part, Brexit.
Sajid Javid joined Tory peers, including Jeremy Hunt, Michael Gove, Dominic Raab, and Rory Stewart to talk about whether a new deal could be negotiated with the EU, as well as the prospect of a no-deal Brexit.
Host Krishnan Guru-Murthy and members of the studio audience asked questions on a whole host of topics in the 90-minute broadcast on Sunday evening.
Boris Johnson, the leadership forerunner, was notably missing from the debate - and viewers noticed.
During the debate, Hunt asked: “Where is Boris? If his team won’t allow him out with five fairly friendly colleagues, how is he going to deal with 27 European countries?”
In fact, viewers had a lot to say about it.
1. People at home found the debate entertaining.
“What is your biggest weakness? “
“A chronic lack of self-awareness”.
One day someone will say it. #c4Debate