Talk to members of the Tory tribe about the Chancellor’s campaign to take over from Boris Johnson and a pattern emerges. Repeatedly in recent weeks I’ve heard many variations on the same theme. “It has to be Sunak,” is a summary of the view. The Chancellor polls well, for now, with the public and far better than his colleagues and potential rivals, runs the argument. He’s a well-adjusted, fair-minded, organised technocrat with a dash of charisma who could restore some order in Number 10. It couldn’t be any worse than now?