Very much my take on it too. I didn't buy the 'he's too loyal to his advisers to sack them' excuse for a second.The next budget in a month will be very interesting.
Johnson promised tax cuts to the Tory members who elected him as leader, but promised extra spending to the Northern constituencies who elected him as PM.
he can’t keep everyone happy. And Javid knows it.
It was not so long ago he got into a row with Johnson over Cummings forcing the sacking of one of his advisors. Perhaps this was one step too far for him.Very much my take on it too. I didn't buy the 'he's too loyal to his advisers to sack them' excuse for a second.
That's part of the politician's job description.I doubt he will be missed. He wasn’t there long enough to make a mark or leave any kind of legacy. Every time I’ve heard him being interview he just comes across like the rest, a mechanical politician regurgitating lots of pre-planned and carefully rehearsed party line mantras.