Tories would be foolish not to allow Ambrose to run for permanent leader

As the Tory leadership race heats up this summer, the most pressing question on Conservatives' minds ought not be whether or not they'll allow Rona Ambrose to contest their party's leadership, but rather, whether or not she'll take them up on their offer?

Ambrose has ably demonstrated her ability to lead the Conservatives both inside and outside of the House of Commons. More telling, she has led the party throughout a grueling time, transitioning a 10-year government into opposition at a time when the Liberal government remains wildly popular, writes Perez. The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright.

By ANDREW PEREZ

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, May 25, 2016 5:00 PM

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