Matt Hancock confirms leadership bid

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The Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced that he will be running for the Conservative leadership, in an already crowded field. He has been a figure not heavily¬† tainted by Brexit, and has positioned himself as a leader “for the future”, a message that the Tory modernisers will want to hear.

The open contenders are as follows so far: Boris Johnson, Jeremy Hunt, Rory Stewart and Hancock.

May the odds be ever in your favour, Gerry says…

End nears for May

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Theresa May is expected by many of her senior minister to announce her resignation and the date when she will actually leave today. Pressure has been increased on the PM over the last few days, and the results of the European elections held yesterday are expected to be dreadful for the Tories. May meets the Chairman of the 1922 Committee Graham Brady later today.

Gerry thinks that it is time to go…

May delays vote on deal, again

Theresa May has once again defied any expectation of progress or political sense by delaying the point at which she will have to consider leaving office as her Withdrawal Agreement Bill will now be vote on for the third time later than expected. Now the Bill will not debated on in the Commons until early June.

Her refusal to see sense is impressive, Gerry says…

May expected to resign tomorrow

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The Times¬†reports today that Theresa May is expected by her allies to resign tomorrow after the huge cabinet mutiny over her new ‘bold’ Brexit plan. She had yesterday said that she would not resign the night before European elections, but with the results expected to be disastrous, she has now a clear reason to make way for another useless upstart that fills the huge void of sense that is the Conservative Party.

Gerry wants her to go and her party destroyed…