In the Evening Standard, Justice Secretary David Gauke and Conservative MP for Rushcliffe Ken Clarke show how Rory Stewart will solidify the Conservative’s party’s reputation as economically competent:
Rory Stewart can bring the party and the country back together, Antoinette Sandbach, Conservative MP for Eddisbury, writes in The Times:
When they hear the story, the country turns to Rory.
Two horse race between Rory and Boris
New data released by YouGov shows that Rory Stewart is the highest rated candidate for PM once awareness of each candidate is taken into account - with the highest net rating.
On ITV’s Peston show, Rory outlined his plan for delivering Brexit, noting that “It would be illegal… it would be unconstitutional and it would be undemocratic” to close down Parliament to force a No-Deal departure from the EU.
Rory Stewart talks to Charlie Cooper about the momentum building behind his campaign and his fight for the “soul and heart” of the Conservative Party:
Rory spoke with Iain Martin on the Reaction podcast about Brexit, his economic principles, and the energy building behind his campaign:
In an editorial for Conservative Home, Victoria Prentis, MP for Banbury, outlined the reasons behind her decision to vote for Rory as Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister:
Bloomberg highlights Rory’s six-point economic plan and his strategy for ensuring stability through the EU exit process:
In the New Statesman, Rory speaks about his efforts to meet with different communities across the country on his #RoryWalks tour:
In The Scotsman, MSP Murdo Fraser puts his support behind Rory, stating that his approach to politics will be beneficial in charting a future for the Conservative Party: