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Who will survive to lead the Tories?

2 June 2024

4:11 AM

2 June 2024

4:11 AM

In spite of his conviction for falsifying business records, Donald Trump is still expected by many to make a remarkable political comeback in November’s US election. Could we see an equally remarkable comeback this side of the Atlantic, too, with Liz Truss returning to the stand for the leadership of the Conservative party?

It’s possible to see a scenario where Truss is one of the few hopefuls remaining

Today’s Electoral Calculus poll predicting that the Conservatives could be reduced to just 66 seats on 4 July raises the question: who would still be around to lead the party after the almost certain...

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