The dawn of May

Three weeks ago the polls told us Britain would stay in the EU. David Cameron was the Prime Minister. Boris Johnson and George Osborne were frontrunners to replace him. Michael Gove was spoken of as a Deputy Prime Minister. Nigel Farage was Ukip leader. Jeremy Corbyn had a full cabinet. Stephen Crabb was a committed family man. And Andrea Leadsom was the Minister of State for energy who was told to smile during TV debates.

Now everything has changed.

To discuss all this and more, host Matthew Chorley is joined by Times columnists Matthew Parris and Rachel Sylvester, plus Senior Political Correspondent, Lucy Fisher. For information regarding your data privacy, visit