Jacob Rees-Mini Me: Arch Brexiteer's lookalike son gatecrashes interview as May rival claims he doesn't want to be PM while 'doing a Cameron' and showing off kitchen (including VERY sharp knives)

Mail Online | 5/6/2018 | Connor Boyd For Mailonline
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This is the hilarious moment Jacob Rees-Mogg's son gatecrashed his father's interview while the cameras were rolling in their Somerset mansion.

The Tory MP was in the middle of a sit-down with Sky News' Kay Burley in his kitchen when 11-year-old Peter made his grand entrance.

Chat - Echoes - David - Cameron - Ed

The wide-ranging chat had echoes of David Cameron and Ed Miliband's infamous, and heavily mocked, kitchen interviews in the lead up to the 2015 General Election.

Both Kay and the MP for North East Somerset sipped on hot beverages from delft china tea cups in the swanky kitchen, kitted out with what appeared to be a £300 KitchenAid Artisan food mixer and a large set of very sharp knives.

Appliances - Morphy - Richards - Microwave - £40

There were modest appliances like a £85 Morphy Richards microwave and £40 Russell Hobbs cream kettle that were also seen on the counter-tops.

During the chat, Mr Rees-Mogg said it would be 'bizarre' for Theresa May to retreat from her stance on taking the UK out of the customs union.

Message - Prime - Minister - Brexit - Lines

In a message to the Prime Minister that she should stick to her Brexit red lines, the European Research Group (ERG) chairman stressed that it was a manifesto commitment to leave the customs union.

Mr Rees-Mogg also used the major interview to suggest that the 'reddest of red carpets' should be rolled out for Donald Trump and he should be allowed to address MPs and peers in Parliament if he wants to.

Mr - Rees-Mogg - ERG - Vladimir - Putin

Mr Rees-Mogg's ERG has been accused of acting like Vladimir Putin's Russia by wielding a 'veto' over Brexit policy.

But Mr Rees-Mogg, who has previously described the Prime Minister's approach to Brext as 'enigmatic', insisted he backed her approach.

ERG - Prime - Minister - Opposition - 'customs

The ERG wrote to the Prime Minister setting out their opposition to the proposed 'customs partnership' which would see the UK effectively levy import tariffs on behalf of the EU.

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