The last two years of Boris Johnson’s leadership have been defined by a heady mix of disaster and triumph: Brexit, a landslide election victory, a catastrophic pandemic, by-election wins and one surprising loss. What makes Johnsonism different from the Conservatism of yesteryear, and what’s coming next?
Is the ‘Blue Wall’ crumbling?
What happens when the Tories’ older voting base start aging out of the electorate?
And is it time to start thinking about Prime Minister Sunak?
Dan Hodges, columnist for The Mail on Sunday
Moya Lothian-Mclean, Politics Editor for gal-dem
James Meadway, Former advisor to John McDonnell and Director of the Progressive Economy Forum