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So the ball has indeed come out of the scrum and Boris Johnson has been able to claim it. The question he now faces is: "What should I do with it?"

One option some are encouraging him to take is to kick the ball into touch – to hold a snap election in which his newly acquired premiership would be on the line but which might give him the safe overall majority that Theresa May badly lacked.

At the moment, however, this does not look like a realistic option. For Mr Johnson has inherited as dire an electoral position as that facing any new Prime Minister. On average the Conservative standing in recent polls has been just 25 per cent, hardly a strong foundation for winning a majority.

True, Labour’s...

So the ball has indeed come out of the scrum and Boris Johnson has been able to claim it. The question he now faces is: "What should I do with it?"

One option some are encouraging him to take is to kick the ball into touch – to hold a snap election in which his newly acquired premiership would be on the line but which might give him the safe overall majority that Theresa May badly lacked.

At the moment, however, this does not look like a realistic option. For Mr Johnson has inherited as dire an electoral position as that facing any new Prime Minister. On average the Conservative standing in recent polls has been just 25 per cent, hardly a strong foundation for winning a majority.

True, Labour’s...

So the ball has indeed come out of the scrum and Boris Johnson has been able to claim it. The question he now faces is: "What should I do with it?"

One option some are encouraging him to take is to kick the ball into touch – to hold a snap election in which his newly acquired premiership would be on the line but which might give him the safe overall majority that Theresa May badly lacked.

At the moment, however, this does not look like a realistic option. For Mr Johnson has inherited as dire an electoral position as that facing any new Prime Minister. On average the Conservative standing in recent polls has been just 25 per cent, hardly a strong foundation for winning a majority.

True, Labour’s...

So the ball has indeed come out of the scrum and Boris Johnson has been able to claim it. The question he now faces is: "What should I do with it?"

One option some are encouraging him to take is to kick the ball into touch – to hold a snap election in which his newly acquired premiership would be on the line but which might give him the safe overall majority that Theresa May badly lacked.

At the moment, however, this does not look like a realistic option. For Mr Johnson has inherited as dire an electoral position as that facing any new Prime Minister. On average the Conservative standing in recent polls has been just 25 per cent, hardly a strong foundation for winning a majority.

True, Labour’s...