There are precious few politicians who stand out from the crowd as people of integrity who say what they mean and mean what they say. Whether you agree with them or not - you can respect them for that. This week our guest stands sentinel over these old traditions. The son of a peer and editor of The Times when that title meant something, and the Member of Parliament for North East Somerset: Jacob Rees-Mogg.
And from an English grandee to a Palestinian one: the huge Palestinian population which stood fast in the upheaval of 1948 has, for the most part, been invisible for 60 years. So we invited 'Israeli-Arab' the honorary Lord KhairAllah of the Manor of Shute: Abdul Haleem, on board Sputnik. A football agent, a successful lawyer, and a benefactor to every good cause; he came into the studio to tell us more.