Melissa Kite’s Telegraph
story claiming that “At least two MPs, and possibly as many as half a dozen, have written to Sir Michael Spicer, the chairman of the 1922 Committee, to call for a vote of no confidence, it can be revealed today”
is a little less precise than her much derided prediction of a “senior treasury role for David Ruffley“
in the Tory reshuffle.
Who are the two who want Dave to go?