It comes during a tricky conference season for the Tories. Jacob Rees-Mogg was met with boos when he turned up in Birmingham and and protestors representing a range of interest groups surrounded the conference venue to let the Tories know exactly what they think of them.
Meanwhile, Liz Truss's government made its first U-turn this morning when chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng opted not to scrap the top-rate 45p tax after all, saying the government "had listened" to the people.
He's going to speak later today to say more about the government's plans for the economy.
We look forward to Mordaunt's verdict on whether he delivers great policy in a "s**t" way or not.
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