In response to Laura Perrins: Honest and principled, Rees-Mogg is the real deal, Hugh_Oxford wrote:
When Jacob Rees-Mogg laid down his political life for the lives of those most marginalised, irrelevant and despised of human beings, the children of rapists, he imitated Christ in a way quite unparalleled in my lifetime.
But the problem is this: we could make JRM king of the world tomorrow and it wouldn’t make much difference.
The pathology is personal, public and social; it is institutional. The warfare rages on a spiritual level, not a party political level.
The question for all those wishing to see him installed as PM or leader of the party is this: what would it achieve, other than to exhaust him, age him and demoralise him?