Theresa May challenged the decision to appoint Brexit negotiator David Frost as national security advisor despite his “lack of experience.”
The Government announced the appointment on Sunday after confirming the incumbent Sir Mark Sedwill will step down in August.
The former Prime Minister challenged Michael Gove over the decision as Mr Gove delivered an update on Sir Mark’s departure.
Mrs May, who counted Sir Mark as one of her closest advisers during her tenure, began by paying tribute to his work before launching into a tirade against Mr Gove and the Government.
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