Only two candidates are left in the race to be next leader of the Conservative party. Our panellists tell us who they think will win
I could always tell we’d miss Penny Mordaunt when she was out. No, just kidding. There was a sliver of danger, had she or Tugendhat taken the leadership, that they’d make a plausible discontinuity argument, and all parties would walk into the next election as if the smouldering ruins of the past 12 years were no one’s fault. The injustice would have choked us. So it’s great to have avoided that.
Zoe Williams is a Guardian columnist