As the Sue Gray report sinks in, it is perhaps more striking for what it doesn’t say than what it does. The fault was apparently a failure of leadership: not, note, a failure of management or of the team itself. It was the leadership. Well, who, one then asks, provides the leadership in 10, Downing Street ? It must surely be the leader himself, the man who has always wanted to be king and who Jacob Rees-Mogg thinks is President. It was the fault of the leader. She does not say so, but presumably that is what she thinks needs to be changed.