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Keir Starmer is a man on five missions, but he will need to learn from his predecessors to lead Labour back to power after over a decade out of it.
Having an ethics adviser is a matter of convention, not a legal requirement.
The Tory party is a ‘broad church’ with many factions. And many of them are unimpressed with the prime minister at the moment. Tory tensions are exacerbated through the ideological incoherence of Johnson himself.
There are important similarities between the current PM’s woes and John Major’s – but a very important difference, too.