The lesson they will draw is: don’t risk letting the Many upset the apple cart that the Few have so artfully constructed.
My argument is simply one of affordability (including, by the way, by dropping the triple lock) if our public finances are going to be sustainable.
Employers, not just government, have an important role, to help victims – especially during this crisis.
There are three main factors at work – genetics, plus cultural and social factors. And it’s not possible at present to disentangle the mix.
Johnson will be well aware of this – and will be more concerned about heading Labour’s leader off than by the restive Tory press.
His TUC account of the harm that some businesses can do should be balanced by one of the good that more do – and by projecting a personal theology of wealth creation.
Lavish campaign spending does not guarantee electoral success. If it did, Brexit wouldn’t be happening. And Theresa May would now have a majority.
On the anniversary of the EU referendum, the party leadership needs an audit of what went wrong this month, and a plan for the Tory future in this Parliament.
They will be strange, edgy experiences: I can hardly wait.
I believe we’ll win. But I could be wrong. So all this could be only a few weeks away…