"Not sacking her would be utterly fatal because, at that point, as well as being an unpopular prime minister, he becomes a weak and unpopular prime minister."You think he's not that already, then?
Referring to Braverman’s recent suggestion that homeless people were on the streets because they had made a “lifestyle choice”, the senior Tory added: “That was crossing the Rubicon. When you start attacking homeless people and saying it is a lifestyle choice, that is evidently ignorant, as well as nasty.” Asked how angry he was at Braverman’s behaviour on a scale of one to 10, he answered “11”.
Yet it’s demonstrably true that for some, it is such a choice. And who are you, who won’t even put your name to this, that we should care how angry you claim to be?
This post was drafted and scheduled just before I left for a short break in Edinburgh and events rather overtook it, didn’t they?