In tonight's special edition of The Mark Steyn Show, we mark the (latest) resignation of Boris Johnson - this time from Parliament, following a damning report by the House of Commons Committee of Privileges, and his own scornful reaction to it. As Mark says, he would prefer that Johnson were toppled not by birthday cake and wine bottles in suitcases but instead by Net Zero and the bungled Brexit. Nevertheless, tonight he revisits his assessment of his old editor on the night of his (original) resignation - as prime minister - with a stellar array of guests: Boris's former patron Conrad Black, historian David Starkey, Kathy Gyngell of The Conservative Woman, the indispensable Steyn Show mainstay Leilani Dowding, and longtime Thatcher speechwriter John O'Sullivan.
Plus our friend Samantha Smith is on hand to assess the Johnson legacy a year after his downfall. All Mark's guests know their subject and all have interesting insights to offer.