Screen Shot 2017-04-20 at 10.31.56Case for: He fought two general elections, lost neither, kept increasing the Conservative seat total, won two referendums, isn’t unpoular, is effective on the stump, might help swing some seats in the Remain-friendly home counties where the Liberal Democrats will be active.  If he’s willing, he’ll be a loyal trooper – and is too canny to get caught out by awkward questions.

Case against: He lost the EU referendum and his day is done.

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