A big majority of respondents were always likely to back Sajid Javid’s decision. But we were curious to know how many did not – and prefer, we must presume, to see her return here either to be charged and tried; or put under a TPIM; or under surveillance, or simply to live freely.
To which the answer is: a fifth. That’s a substantial tally of objectors. But the Home Secretary none the less has the overwhelming mass of Party members on his side, if the survey is right – over three-quarters of respondents. It can safely be said that he will have the majority of voters, too.