I was born in 1980. I used to be in my late 20s before the country was ruled by the fourth prime minister of my period of time, Gordon Brown.

On Monday, we’ll grasp the name of succeeding prime minister – the fourth in very little over six years.

Even the foremost optimistic backers of Rishi Sunak do not suppose he can win – they just suppose the margin of defeat won’t be quite as wide as some opinion polls have urged.

I hear, of course, numerous Conservative Party members voted early: 14 July within the 1st 2 days, a 3rd within the 1st week.
Supporters of Liz Truss are assured they need won, by a solid margin if not an awesome one.

“At no stage have we have a tendency to ever felt on the rear foot,” one American statember of the core campaign team told me.


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