Friday August 14, 2020

Two Brutons may just be one too many for Kenny

In most organisations when the boss retires, he or she disappears to a new job, plays more golf or tends roses. It rarely happens in politics. The adrenalin rush of elections, being loved (now and again), and the unpredictability of events make it ha

31st October, 2009

In most organisations when the boss retires, he or she disappears to a new job, plays more golf or tends roses. It rarely happens in politics. The adrenalin rush of elections, being loved (now and again), and the unpredictability of events make it hard for leaders to let go and move on to something new.

Occasionally -like William Hague in the Conservative party -former leaders retire, reinvent themselves and return as serious players.

More often...

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