James Forsyth James Forsyth

The party chairmanship just got a lot more attractive

Ever since the Parliamentary Commissioner began his inquiry into Caroline Spelman she has been in an odd political limbo land, neither sacked nor acquitted. Now, Sam Coates reports that we might not know the commissioner’s verdict until the New Year.

One thing that has changed during the inquiry is the desirability of Spelman’s job.

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