- Rishi Sunak continues to buck a general downward trend, coming in almost exactly where he was last month (92 per cent now; 91 per cent then).
- Priti Patel is up by twelve points, and rises from mid-table to fifth. That will largely be the effect of her vigorous counter-attack on Labour MPs over ethnicity and politics.
- Michael Gove is up by six points, Truss by four, and Dominic Raab holds steady. But these are fairly small-scale changes.
- Therese Coffey is down by 15 point, Amanda Milling barely in positive territory, and Gavin Williamson and Robert Jenrick are down by some 50 and 60 points respectively.
- In the last two cases, we are into the red. That’s the effect of the school closure and Richard Desmond sagas.
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