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Chris Moncrieff

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No Brexit blame for Cameron

The former Prime Minister has no reason to be ashamed of himself for calling the Referendum in 2016 because he, like everyone else, knew that Brexit was a matter which needed to be settled by a vote.

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Get ready for a bumpy ride

If, as is expected, Boris Johnson becomes the new Prime Minister this week, he will find himself engaged in a political fire-fight almost before he has even got his feet under the desk at 10 Downing Street.

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What a dull battle for top job!

Who suspected that what should have been a bitterly fought contest for the premiership of the United Kingdom, especially one involving the normally raucous Boris Johnson, should have deteriorated into such a boring affair?

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Row harms Johnson’s campaign

What on earth possessed that wily old political warhorse Boris Johnson to pretend no one is interested in his late night domestic altercations, and that all people wanted to hear were his policies in the battle for the Conservative leadership?

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New leader must stem disloyalty

It would be unwise in British politics to predict the outcome of the current Conservative leadership battle, especially in the present maelstrom condition of the Tory party.

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A bright future for Farage?

The Labour Party’s surprise victory at the Peterborough by-election, despite the party’s muddled policy over Brexit, came as a welcome surprise to Jeremy Corbyn - who, however, would be mistaken if he believes this triumph has put paid to Nigel Farage and his flashy new Brexit Party.

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The people we’d love to be PM

After seemingly endless political battling, while the calls for her to resign reached fever pitch, Theresa May has announced she will stand down as Conservative leader on June 7.

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Don’t bet your savings on Boris

Who on earth would want to lead the Conservative Party at this critical moment in its history? Yet amazingly, the runners and riders who want to succeed Theresa May are approaching Grand National levels - 17 so far and probably still counting.

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Chris Moncrieff

Voters deliver a sharp kick

The Brexit bogeyman has crept into Britain’s town halls and has now played a major role in transforming the local government landscape in the country.

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