Eylon Levy questioned the veracity of the Gaza health ministry's death toll estimates.
Peter Lerner accused the BBC of "accepting at face value" what Hamas says.
Sarah Dines was slammed for "offering word salad nonsense" about migration.
Miriam Cates said care homes should recruit "local young people" instead of foreigners.
The business secretary denied the disastrous mini-budget was the main reason for the economic crisis.
The Today programme presenter did not let Brandon Lewis get away with comparing speeding tickets to No.10's partygate fines.
"Why should people stick to legal migration routes when the prime minister himself has acted outside the law?"
The host of the BBC Radio 4 Today programme was quick to point out a major flaw in the new railway plans.
The foreign secretary admitted "with hindsight" he should not have gone on holiday.
"Pitiful" NHS pay offer could chill the national mood after the chancellor’s warm words.