Prime Minister Boris?
There is much talk at the moment of Boris Johnson succeeding David Cameron as leader of the Conservative Party and becoming the next Prime Minister. Certainly, with the demise of the proposed boundary changes, David Cameron will not win a majority at the next general election on the present trajectory. Tim Montgomerie has already plotted the path Boris needs to take; Pete Hoskin points out that the Mayor's appeal reaches beyond London and the traditional Conservative vote; but Iain Dale has published a book repudiating the possibility (or at least employing the wrong tense). One senior Conservative source was reported last week as saying: "If the answer is Boris, it's some question."
His Grace would like to offer some profound political insight and intelligent comment on the 'Boris for PM' phenomenon: