By Steve Parkhurst, Senior Editor, USDR.
Looking at the news and opinion out of London each day.
The prime minister resisted resigning until the very last, claiming he owed his mandate to the people, not the politicians – just as Donald Trump saw the mob outside the Capitol as ‘his people’
A new leader will redress the moral deficit, but it is difficult to see them revitalising a very tired and now traumatised government
A leadership contest is more about who Tory MPs don’t want, than who they endorse as the next PM, writes
Sunak launches leadership bid
Just days ago, the former chancellor quit the Treasury in protest over Johnson’s leadership
Commons Leader Mark Spencer and former Tory Party co-chairman Oliver Dowden have thrown their support behind him
Boris Johnson retreats to Chequers as he considers leaving politics at next election following Tory coup
Uncertainty surrounds the Prime Minister’s next moves as he recuperates from an intense week at No 10 which saw the end of his premiership
The unity ticket strategy has a chequered history in British politics
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