The crisis at the heart of the Conservative Party has rippled out into the economy. Rishi Sunak is now the third Tory party leader and Prime Minister this year. What next for the Tories?
We require a statesman of stature, with the vision. Under Liz Truss does the Conservative Party have a such plan to enable us to survive the current crisis?
The downfall of Boris Johnson has been coming, with an unprecedented walkout from the paid staff. Boris's failings are aplenty - he is his own worst enemy.
The NHS is in crisis every winter so we need a plan where we can live with the coronavirus in our 'wet plague-ridden country' and start to normalise coronavirus as being here for a long time and inoculate against it annually.
Boris Johnson is between a rock and hard place. Go gentle and the NHS may fall over. Go hard his Tory vote would collapse, possibly his own position.
This is a critical moment for the country when it enters a season that infection rates shoot up: schools return, holiday makers return to the office, and rules have been relaxed.
The Assault on Truth by Peter Oborne is a short rant, sometimes repetitive, but mercilous and meticulously researched with references to justify its ethical message: Johnson is corrupt and the media has colluded with him. That Johnson has more than a passing similarity with Trump in his pursuit of power at any price and his (past) conspirators like Cummings helped him in his mission.