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Matt Hancock does it. Rory Stewart does it. Even Boris Johnson does it. I refer not to the historical ingestion by Conservative leadership candidates of minute quantities of classified drugs, but to their flamboyant way with a curse word.

A year ago, BoJo allegedly dismissed business (or possibly business lobbyists) with a monosyllabic expletive. Hancock recently excoriated his rival’s excoriation, doubling down the same terse Anglo-Saxon imperative. Meanwhile Stewart embarked on a bold excursion into bisyllabic profanity, announcing, “I don’t believe it’s Conservative to b------t”.

Andrea Leadsom, keen as always to take her own line across the stiff fences of political debate, doesn’t think...

Matt Hancock does it. Rory Stewart does it. Even Boris Johnson does it. I refer not to the historical ingestion by Conservative leadership candidates of minute quantities of classified drugs, but to their flamboyant way with a curse word.

A year ago, BoJo allegedly dismissed business (or possibly business lobbyists) with a monosyllabic expletive. Hancock recently excoriated his rival’s excoriation, doubling down the same terse Anglo-Saxon imperative. Meanwhile Stewart embarked on a bold excursion into bisyllabic profanity, announcing, “I don’t believe it’s Conservative to b------t”.

Andrea Leadsom, keen as always to take her own line across the stiff fences of political debate, doesn’t think...

Matt Hancock does it. Rory Stewart does it. Even Boris Johnson does it. I refer not to the historical ingestion by Conservative leadership candidates of minute quantities of classified drugs, but to their flamboyant way with a curse word.

A year ago, BoJo allegedly dismissed business (or possibly business lobbyists) with a monosyllabic expletive. Hancock recently excoriated his rival’s excoriation, doubling down the same terse Anglo-Saxon imperative. Meanwhile Stewart embarked on a bold excursion into bisyllabic profanity, announcing, “I don’t believe it’s Conservative to b------t”.

Andrea Leadsom, keen as always to take her own line across the stiff fences of political debate, doesn’t think...

Matt Hancock does it. Rory Stewart does it. Even Boris Johnson does it. I refer not to the historical ingestion by Conservative leadership candidates of minute quantities of classified drugs, but to their flamboyant way with a curse word.

A year ago, BoJo allegedly dismissed business (or possibly business lobbyists) with a monosyllabic expletive. Hancock recently excoriated his rival’s excoriation, doubling down the same terse Anglo-Saxon imperative. Meanwhile Stewart embarked on a bold excursion into bisyllabic profanity, announcing, “I don’t believe it’s Conservative to b------t”.

Andrea Leadsom, keen as always to take her own line across the stiff fences of political debate, doesn’t think...