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‘Yes the polls are bad, but there is still everything to play for,’ says the Conservative who negotiated the independence of Britain from Europe.
The worst case scenario is that the Tories get reduced to 90 seats, or less, in a Labor landslide, but our Diarist, who was right about Brexit, suggests the Conservatives have time to turn things around.
Will Prime Minister Sunak himself be reshuffled?
Will Lord Frost see ‘what King, Noble, and Priest could not’?
For the promise of the vote in 2016 to be fulfilled, a political ‘seven-year itch’ is required, our Brexit Diarist contends.
Rees-Mogg decries the Commons for its vindictiveness in a vote by, among others, a faction that wanted to remain part of Europe.