Hunt: Cabinet Brexit debates should be private
Media playback is unsupported on your device
Video

Jeremy Hunt says cabinet Brexit debates should be private

The Health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has said it is important to keep cabinet differences over Brexit behind closed doors.

Boris Johnson and Michael Gove have both openly questioned the government's options for future customs arrangements with the EU.

But Jeremy Hunt believes that publicising critical comments just plays into the hands of the EU. He told Radio 4's Today programme cabinet debates should be kept private.

  • 14 May 2018
Go to next video: Brexit negotiations have 'become aggressive'