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Rishi Sunak only has himself to blame for the rise of Reform

30 March 2024

5:45 PM

30 March 2024

5:45 PM

By their rugby analogies shall ye know them: when Boris Johnson was asked about his chance of becoming prime minister, he spoke of the ‘the ball coming loose at the back of the scrum’. That characterisation sought to disguise his burning passion to reach the top. Getting to be PM would be the result of a mere happy turn of events and not something he would ever plot for, he implied.

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