And, as with yesterday, Truss came second in our survey, this time for her speech on the “Fight for Fairness”.
Brexiteers take the podium spots, but Tracey Crouch wins an honourable mention for her stand on fixed-odds betting terminals.
Methinks I see in my mind a noble and puissant Attorney General, rousing himself like a strong man after sleep, and shaking his invincible locks.
The former Chancellor might have apologised for his alleged ‘freezer bags’ comment, but his vendetta has not been forgotten.
In normal times Diane Abbott’s miscalculation on the cost of police, or Tim Farron’s “smell my spaniel” moment, might have won. But not this year.
The lacklustre General Election campaign was consigned to second place. Donald Trump’s inauguration was a distant third.
The new MP for Saffron Walden has swiftly begun to make a name for herself.
From a strong field, the Prime Minister’s historic speech on Brexit carries the day.
The Business Secretary consolidates his lead in the most-disliked stakes.
The close-run fight for the future of our country comfortably wins both polls by clear majorities, trumping defections to UKIP and showdowns with Europe.
Her ‘image from Rochester’ was the overwhelming winner.
The Home Secretary’s broadside made her the clear winner among party members.
Penny Mordaunt’s controversial speech propels her into second place.
Boris Johnson is the runner-up.