The UK is experiencing a “political mental meltdown”, a previous knowledge boss has told the BBC.
Sir John Sawers said the UK could have a PM who does “not have the standing that we have turned out to be utilized to in our top administration” – an analysis of the two Tory initiative contenders.
The previous MI6 supervisor was additionally reproachful of Labor pioneer Jeremy Corbyn.
Boris Johnson partner Iain Duncan Smith countered Sir John’s comments, saying “majority rules system may well scare him”.
Sir John’s mediation comes as Jeremy Hunt and Mr Johnson fight it out to be the following head of the Conservative Party.
It additionally pursues an article in the Times paper, citing anonymous senior government employees, which proposed Mr Corbyn was “excessively delicate” to wind up leader, “physically or rationally”.
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Sir John said “we should sit back and watch” regardless of whether the following Conservative Party pioneer can build up the aptitudes should have been leader