The focus in the green rooms today was of course on the chancellor and his opponent ahead of the Budget tomorrow afternoon.
Starting of with the Ridge on Sunday programme, Philip Hammond said that his Budget was based on a situation of a deal.
John McDonnell responded by labelling the Chancellor as ‘callous.’
Jacob Rees-Mogg really stuck to the whole party unity thing with a take down of the Treasury.
The Trade Union Congress’ Frances O’Grady said that Hammond had his hands tied by the Prime Minister in relation to spending sprees.
Former Cabinet minister and second referendum backer Justine Greening repeated her message of a positive and modernising Conservative Party.
The Chancellor repeated his earlier points on the Andrew Marr Show, saying that in the event of a no-deal B****t, there could be an emergency budget and that austerity may not be over just yet.
Gerry can’t wait for tomorrow…