Matt Hancock and Kwasi Kwarteng told an undercover Led By Donkeys journalist they would work for £10,000 a day.
The allegations, leaked in The Daily Telegraph, have caused nothing short of chaos.
"Why should teachers have any respect for your government?"
The former health secretary also denied sending a 'menacing' text to journalist Isabel Oakeshott, who gave the messages to the Daily Telegraph.
He said they were looking for an "excuse" not to work.
Members of Parliament found themselves caught up in porn scandals, Spice Girl beef and jungle life. And that's just the Tories.
"The only way to put the national interest first under this prime minister is to embarrass him into doing the right thing."
The Labour MP said she heard a number of rumours about Raab when she shadowed him.
The prime minister has "full confidence" in his deputy -— but he said the same about Gavin Williamson.
Charlotte Nichols says she was handed a list of MPs never to accept a drink from or be alone with when she arrived in parliament.