Kevan Lines is having sleepless nights again – just like he did during the EU referendum campaign.
A barrister like his wife, Jill, 61, Lines, 59, from Blaenau Gwent, south-east Wales, attended the Conservative Party hustings in Cardiff on Wednesday night to decide who should be chosen as Britain’s next prime minister.
“I haven’t felt a sense of responsibility like this since Brexit,” Kevan said. “I had sleepless nights in the run-up to Brexit, waking up in a cold sweat thinking what if it was all a draw and it was my vote that swayed things?”
They will make the decision together so they don’t cancel each other out.
“You can’t let it take over your life, but we talk about it a