If he attends the TV debates there's a pretty high risk that Gove dismantles him - the other candidates left are also pretty competent speakers too, so he could end up looking pretty awful. But if he doesn't attend it will show him up for cowardice, and look very poor too.
It's pretty mind-boggling the amount of MPs willing to support him without his competence or ability being tested at all so far.
American middle-distance runner diagnosed with a rare, aggressive form of cancer in 2009 with a low survival rate beyond 5 years. Had surgeries and underwent chemotherapy while continuing to race, and was 2014 national champion in the 1500m. In 2016 had more surgery to remove part of her liver and still continued racing afterwards. She passed away in the last day or so aged 32.
This story is starting to break - significant numbers of EU citizens are being told they are unable to vote in the European elections in the UK because of administrative errors. Some reporting that they have been told at polling stations to 'vote in their own country'.
Should the 11,748 have clubbed together to buy the remaining 252 season tickets, thus triggering the 10% reduction across all season tickets, if those 252 remaining tickets were then loaned out at £10 per game to casual fans?
In playing the likes of Quaner and Bree now - given that we're probably going to lose most of our games anyway, and finish bottom by some distance whatever we do?
There's surely a chance (admittedly slim) that Jackson scores a couple of half decent goals, or Emmanuel puts in a couple of confidence boosting displays, and this gives them boosted confidence for next season.
Why's the Tory party getting so worked up about this? Can't they just ignore them: not campaign, not vote, not stand candidates? Sure this would send lots of Brexit Party mini-Francoises to Europe, but isn't that their problem, and it's only for a few months, anyway? And what kind of person would stand in these elections - you'd have to be pretty desperate for a whiff of importance!
It should have just been a ranking of preferences. Using the methods they designed if you assumed each MP has two tolerable options, there would be 3 times as many no votes as yes votes across the options. This makes it very unlikely anything would pass.