Two of the three successful candidates voted against Second Reading of the Lords Reform Bill, and all four candidates could be described as at least broadly Eurosceptical, in Skinner's and Beckett's cases, at least, firmly so. Two were first elected to Parliament in 2010, and the other two have been there since the Year Dot. Mind the gap. I repeat that this was the Section for MPs only, just as the one in which Progress was recently routed and Ken Livingstone given the top spot was for "ordinary members" only.
It had asked him: it had specifically wanted an article explaining the Cathedral Service. Well, of course it had. That will have surprised no one who knew the first thing about these things. Probably including Baroness Warsi, although she would never admit it. David did not answer when I asked if the Cathedral Sunday services would now be listed in every Saturday edition, as in the Daily Telegraph. To which I can only say, to him or to anyone else: don't ask, don't get.