WHEN the Rod Stewart lookalike head of Pimlico Plumbers says you’ve got to go then surely tonight’s the night to do so.
Charlie Mullins is the quintessential ‘working class’ lad-made-good, much loved by the Tories as proof of their belief people can be cured of being Labour.
The cure is usually a cash enema to flush out all sense of community and before you know it you’re turning up at Tory party conferences like an interview waiting to happen.
Mullins has done well for himself so he can afford to throw a fair few quid into the Tory coffers which gives him a platform to voice his opinions.
And these days he seems to be the go-to guy for background quotes on the plight of Theresa May and the state of the Tory party.
Speaking after May’s multi-car pile up of a conference speech last week he said she should stand down because she is being bullied and undermined by Boris Johnson, which was a bit cart before horse for me, but there you go.
Anyway in truth, her speech did