I can't be bothered to link to his blog, which is in full cry today because anyone presumed to question The Great Man. A lot of people never really understood how or why John Major was Prime Minister, but Redwood's "It should have been me" act was in a class of its own, and still is. In my direct personal experience, if anyone disagrees with him to his face, then he announces that "I can see that this conversation is breaking up", and simply walks away.
What does John Redwood actually know about business, or about anything else for that matter? He was a public schoolboy who became an undergraduate, who became a Fellow of All Souls, who became the MP for a safe seat. That's it.