Duncan : No One Wants To Be In My Gang

Alan Duncan honestly admits why he is quitting “If emails and letters counted for anything I’d be in with a chance. But to be popular in the country one must first establish popularity among MPs. It’s simple – I have no henchmen. So there you have it: no gang, no launchpad, no progress, no chance.”

He has a go at the Tory Taliban as well.

Damn, I had a long-shot bet on him.


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