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Sunak was right to suspend Lee Anderson

25 February 2024

4:34 AM

25 February 2024

4:34 AM

When Lee Anderson was made deputy chairman of the Conservative Party, it was on the understanding that he’d explode now and again. Say something outrageous, cause a stir. The unelected Rishi Sunak had a wide conservative coalition to keep together and was mindful that, as a besuited Goldman Sachs alumnus, he may struggle to keep the right of the party (and the electorate) on board.

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