Can't say I know any Tories who actually like him.
With Keir Starmer, Labour are moving slowly towards being electable again. However, they are also pressing the self-destruct button with identity politics. Ultimately, they have too many low-calibre individuals in their party who should be nowhere near politics.
Is Starmer more pro identity politics than Corbyn? I may be wrong but I would imagine it isn't of great importance to either but they are under a lot of pressure from the party.
I know and have met many people who have voted Tory, but none who now like Mr Johnson. Most I met when the Tories were choosing a leader wanted Rory Stewart. Though there are several who like Mr Johnson on this forum.
As for Rory Stewart... don't get me started on him!
I just don't see it when it comes to Priti Patel
Dominic Raab? Seemed out of his depth when he stepped in as temporary prime minister, all over the place at pmqs. However, he didn’t have time to prove much, so I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt for that.
The question is if the Civil Service will play ball. Patel's already had to sack one of her civil servants and he's now suing her for constructive dismissal so it looks like a rocky road for her.
Do other Tory MPs even like her?
I can't ever see myself voting for the Conservative party. I'm Labour through and through, owing to my (frankly) deprived upbringing. I'm so detached from privilege that I've experienced poverty and the influence of class, which has ultimately shaped my political views and progressive outlook.
It'd take a serious shifting of the political forces for me to vote for the nasty party!
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