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The Three Brexiteers will go first, by a combination of resignation on principle (Davis), resignation that's really sacking (Fox), and undisguised sacking (Johnson). They'll all be replaced with supporters of the May project of never quite leaving the EU. Hammond, a very long-standing and close ally of the Prime Minister's, is indispensable to that project.
Yes, I would agree with every word of that, of course. But little bits of red meat to the dogs, such as classifying students as immigrants, do not help matters.People expect a Blairite secession from the Labour Party. But it has yet to materialise, and they might be looking in the wrong place.
There are more Blairite Tory MPs than Blairite Labour ones. They're a smaller proportion of Tory than Labour MPs because there are more Tory MPs in total. But they are still the majority and they thought Theresa May was their candidate. They haven't got what they expected at all, whether it's workers on boards or it's this. Expect a lot of trouble for a PM with a wafer thin majority.
Until her elevation to the Premiership, no one had the faintest idea that these were Theresa May's views.
They've heard of Enoch but they've never read a word of him.
Margaret Thatcher once claimed to have been influenced by his books, but he replied that she could not have understood them, then.