Just because she's popular doesn't mean she will compete for the post of leader (although Express and others seem to think so) or that she would be voted in by the party. If she does go for it, she will almost certainly make selection. Beyond that we don't know.That I find completely inexplicable. Do we want a premier or a head girl?
I think that this court case is about Bozo’s subsequent dealing with her bullying, not whether she is a bully or not. She would have been very stupid to have spaffed £340k of our money on compo if she isn’t guilty of bullying.
Lots of people pushing the Rishi case right now. But we don't know much about him except that he looks pretty normal and everyone loves him because he's been throwing money around like it's going out of fashion.I think that Rishi Sunak has been offered by several as a realistic alternative as leader/PM. Not necessarily ideal, but a vast improvement on the idiot incumbent and far more likely to be taken seriously by the people with whom we are supposed to be dealing.
Are you saying it is Boris that caused all that money to be thrown around?
No wonder people like him for getting the job done.
I agree.But does he want to be PM? I haven't seen any evidence of that yet. As far as I can tell he wants to sort the economy if he his given the chance rather than being hampered by No 10. Javid has made his comeback and will almost certainly have another go. Rishi has worked under him before when Sajid was Chancellor.
Truss has polled as top choice for ages now and has support. Political pundits suggest that it could be someone we have completely overlooked. Suella Braverman and Kemi Badenoch have impressed but I think it's too soon for them. I wouldn't rule out a return by an experienced back bencher seeking to reset the party's direction.
The best thing my fellow Conservatives can do to "set the conditions" is to offload the fat lump in due course and then insert someone credible before asking the voters again.is set the conditions for the Conservatives to retain the reins for a second term.
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The most popular politicians & political figures in the UK according to YouGov Ratings. Popularity is based on millions of responses from the British public and YouGov's innovative survey methodology.yougov.co.uk