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George Osborne: His words are increasingly like those of a serial killer.

What a joy to be discussing Conservatives at war.

It seems George Osborne has told Esquire magazine he will not rest until Theresa May is “chopped up in bags in my freezer”.

This comes after he previously described her as a “dead woman walking”.

It would be frightening indeed, if there was any fear to be had from the man This Writer once described in his former job as the “Chancer of the Exchequer”.

Now? He’s just a figure of fun. Check out some of the responses on Twitter:

Most of us weren’t. But of those of us who voted Conservative in 2010 and 2015 – especially in the Tatton constituency – perhaps questions should be asked!

If any remark was a killer, though, it was this:

Nice one, Rachael – definitely a comment that’s not to be sniffed at.

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