THE launch video for Boris Johnson’s leadership campaign was full of soft “Cameroon” social messages, fretting that “too many people feel left behind” and excluded from “opportunity and success”. Odd, then, that his largest financial backer seems keener for the government to look out for the big guy.
THE post of health secretary usually sounds the death knell to political ambition. Only one occupant, Neville Chamberlain, has risen to become prime minister, and he ranks alongside Theresa May as one of the worst.
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