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Nick Ferrari: The David Cameron Interview 8pm - 9pm
18 December 2017, 12:33 | Updated: 18 December 2017, 13:49
LBC has become famous for holding big-name guests to account. From a famous interview with Theresa May to THAT moment with Diane Abbott, here are our top interviews from this year.
This was THE iconic moment of the 2017 General Election. It all started off so smoothly, with the Shadow Home Secretary announcing Labour's plan to increase police numbers.
But one simple question from Nick and the interview spiralled horribly out of control. This made the front page of every newspapers.
The Prime Minister is leading Britain out of the European Union, despite having voted to Remain in the EU Referendum. But
David Davis is the man who is negotiating Britain's exit from the EU. Most people would assume that would be incredibly complicated and involve going over micro-details. Not according to the Brexit Secretary...
Clive Bull was left baffled when a Labour MP admitted her party didn't have a policy on dealing with the social care crisis - even though she criticised the government for not having a plan.
James O'Brien was forced to ask the same question again and again to the former Northern Ireland Secretary following the Conservative-DUP deal - and he simply couldn't get an answer.
After several attempts at getting Ms Villiers to answer the question, James said: "That's not the question I'm asking, is it?" But Ms Villiers responded: "Well that's the answer I'm giving you."
It was less than 24 hours after the EU Referendum that Nigel Farage admitted the NHS would not receive £350m more every week after Brexit. But a year later and the Foreign Secretary is still standing by that figure.
Nick Ferrari told him: "Jeremy Hunt told me he didn't recognise the figure yesterday." Boris's response to that: "Well, you know. I'm just giving you... well look, there's no question... most people in this country, whether Leavers or Remainers will be gouging out their eyeballs with teaspoons at this conversation because we've had this so many times."
Jeremy Corbyn says tuition fees would have already been abolished, if the Labour Party had won June’s general election. The Opposition leader joined Sadiq Khan to answer your calls
Few people had a year as good as the Tory MP after Moggmentum took hold and he became a favourite to be the next Conservative leader.
His wife also gave birth to their sixth child. And that made his admission to Nigel Farage even more remarkable.
In a frank and honest interview on LBC, Robert Peston says he now feels Brexit voters were on the “right side of history”. ITV’s political editor joined Iain Dale for a fascinating conversation ranging from Trump to Britain leaving the European Union.
When Michael Gove was interviewed by Nick Ferrari on the Conservative manifesto, he didn't just fall foul of Nick's questions once, but he got it hopelessly wrong twice.