Progress of sorts

“Selection committees may at this stage decide to see no women, no bachelors, no men over fifty,  or whatever it may be…”  Some things have changed for the better, but the Old Etonians certainly haven’t faded away. Political Quarterly digs into the archives and comes up with William Rees-Mogg’s 1959 essay on how Tory candidates are chosen

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