Boris Johnson vehemently defended Theresa May's plans for Brexit in the SunTalks debate on Thursday - despite jeers and mocking laughter from the audience.
The debate, hosted by The Sun and talkRADIO, saw the foreign secretary face off against Vince Cable, Labour's Emily Thornberry, and UKIP representative Patrick O'Flynn, with the debate moderated by Julia Hartley-Brewer.
Johnson adamantly defended the Prime Minister's plans for overseeing the UK's departure from the bloc during the debate.
He said: "Last year, June 23, the people voted to make a historic decision.
"And one potential prime minister, Theresa May, will make the best of this decision.
"She has a clear plan understood by our European friends and partners to take back control of our borders, our laws, our money and our democracy.
"That is what we are going to do."