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PODCAST – Conservative Party leadership election: who is going to win, and what does it mean for the Lib Dems?

What are Conservative Party members like? Who are they going to pick for party leader? And what does it mean for the Liberal Democrats?

Find out in the latest episode of Never Mind The Bar Charts, where I teamed up again with the Lib Dem Pod and ace expert, Professor Tim Bale.

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One response to “PODCAST – Conservative Party leadership election: who is going to win, and what does it mean for the Lib Dems?”

  1. Mark, would you really prefer to spend time with Johnson? Isn’t the ‘Starmer is boring’ thing put about a media who enjoyed tearing apart Corbyn, but are now disappointed that they have so little on Starmer? Also. I think you are guilty of mistaking public for personal personas. Starmer was one of the country’s top lawyers, quite effortlessly he find a seat in parliament without having to do much donkey work, which is ill preparation for leading the opposition.

    Incidentally, on a personal basis, how boring do you find Ed Davey? Quite likely you do not find him so boring, yet his public persona is not so different to that of Keir Starmer.

    As for Tory after-dinner speakers there must be many to choose in preference to the future ex-PM and likely ex-MP, but if you must have a Johnson, why not go for the brother instead?

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