Prime Minister David Cameron joined us on the sofa where he talked about the economy, his views on burglary and on why his wife Samantha won't be making any speeches for him any time soon.
In his first TV interview since the cabinet reshuffle he insisted there were "no tears" during the process and stressed that women are "stars of the future" for the Conservatives.
All members of the new cabinet have been instructed that "the economy is your priority whatever, your job", he said.
When questioned about recent comments by Judge Bowers saying that burglars are "brave" after he let one intruder walk free, the Prime Minister admitted he has been burgled twice and felt "violated" by the incidents. He said: "Burglarly is despicable. It's cowardice, not bravery. Whoever gets caught out ought to be sent to prison."
Finally Mr Cameron told us he didn't expect wife Samantha to be making any speeches on his behalf any time soon - even though Michelle Obama recently publicly supported her husband by doing so.
He said: "Michelle and Sam are different. I think she would give a great speech - she is hugely supportive and a brilliant mum and business woman - but I don't think we will ever see her doing a speech."
He added: "She's not obsessed with politics so doesn't get into the nitty gritty. I value my marriage too much to suggest it!"