We should also factor in a significant media swing behind Boris in the last few days, and I’ll eat my hat if Andrew Gilligan doesn’t have a nasty surprise for Ken up his sleeve in the Evening Standard. Tomorrow’s Spectator will, of course, put forward the case for our candidate. But, in the end, this race will be decided by whoever gets Paddick’s second preference votes. We’re then into the non-logic of the Labour Party deputy leadership contest. One source close to Boris told me he thinks there may well be just a few thousand votes in it. Their best hope is that the money, not the commentariat, is right.