Zac Goldsmith is an outsider. His independence from the party machine has helped to make him, according to a poll carried out in recent days by ConservativeHome, the front-runner in the race to become the Tory candidate in next year’s London Mayoral election.
That survey was only of party members, but at the general election, Goldsmith displayed his ability to reach a far wider public, by taking 58 per cent of the vote in Richmond Park.
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