For the third time in a row, the British general election result has been swiftly followed by a Tory leader's resignation. The difference is that Michael Howard fell on his sword unexpectedly, whereas it was an act expected of John Major and William Hague, given the size of their defeats.
“I've said many times - since I became leader and during this election campaign - that accountability matters,” Howard told an audience in Putney, the...
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