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Diary

The Cummings road trip debacle is my last straw

30 May 2020

9:00 AM

30 May 2020

9:00 AM

I can’t remember the day I realised Santa Claus wasn’t real but I will never forget the moment I lost my belief in the Conservative party. It happened very recently — this morning, in fact. It was an odd day anyway which began with my reading an email from Mary Wakefield, inviting me to write this diary, even as she was appearing on my TV screen: an unnerving experience.

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