A Rare Thing

When he heard that Graham Brady had resigned over Tory grammar school policy and that he had four grammar schools in his consituency, he presumed it was a marginal seat and that this was a move to boost his local support. Checking, Guido sees he tripled his majority at the last election, after nearly doubling it the election before. Guido can be too cynical.

Resigning on a point of principle and in the interests of his constitutents’ children? Halting his front-bench career? Guido wonders if Graham Brady is really cut out for modern politics…

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