Michael Gove’s decision to broach the subject at the Covid Inquiry has stirred up some of the old partisan divisions from the pandemic.
Gove, Cummings and the Federation of Conservative Students are also denounced for destroying her hero.
The Foreign Secretary has been a visible media and online presence since Hamas attacked Israel – and, like Ben Wallace during the Ukraine war, sees his place and rating rise.
After Penny Mordaunt dropped out two minutes before the 2 PM deadline, Rishi Sunak was formally chosen as the next leader of the Conservative Party.
The Prime Minister’s rhetoric about being a man who makes the tough choices has not yet been borne out in his policymaking.
As his options narrow, Sunak has little choice but to get back to first principles, which would be the right course anyway.
Though for all his efforts to place his tanks on Tory lawns, the former editor of Socialist Alternatives still struggled to speak like a Conservative in several crucial areas.
During the half century since the Yom Kippur war took place, conflict abroad has increasingly meant consequences here.
Consumed by HS2 and stalked by critics, he has put his faith in his instincts, and what he hopes will be three big, historic offers – none of which can be delivered without victory at the next election.
The Levelling Up Secretary added that the Home Secretary had made “thoughtful points” that “we do need to ensure we have a core of values that everyone who lives here accepts.”
Badenoch is top for the second month running, but scores are paltry almost all the way round, and in no way a springboard for the Manchester conference.
Ending toxic leasehold for security, dignity, autonomy and control in the home captures the zeitgeist of our time and is exactly what voters will be thankful for at the next election.