The jury has returned its verdict. Boris Johnson has to go. He still has his supporters in the party, and in the country, but there are fewer and fewer with each passing day. Soon, if he doesn’t resign, he will be in the Downing Street bunker awaiting the arrival of the chairman of the 1922 Committee, who will place a revolver and a bottle of whisky on his desk before leaving and closing the door behind him.
The former Countdown host has been praised in recent weeks for her fearless tirade against Tory sleaze.