The election of Boris Johnson as prime minister this week was as predictable as the ending of most Disney movies. Yet the bloodbath that was the subsequent cabinet clear-out was anything but family viewing.
Boris says he wants Britain to “believe in itself again”, and that’s something we should welcome. Whether proposed tax cuts or increases in the stamp duty threshold to £500,000 materialise remains to be seen. But whatever your politics – and Moda very much builds in spite of politics, taking no alignment – there’s no denying that the air of negativity around the UK has