There is a genuine appetite for real change among the wider public, writes KEN LIVINGSTONE
THERE are many things the Conservative Party’s leadership election did not offer: an unexpected outcome being one of them.
In a contest so often dominated by talk of which figures turned on the previous prime minister, it was hard to find anything vaguely substantial in the way of actual politics.
That the European Research Group faction of MPs backed Liz Truss, who called for a Remain vote in 2016, in order to stop a pro-Leave Rishi Sunak is indicative of how many endorsements and alliances have been based purely on recent events.
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