Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson

His unorthodox upside down view of life expresses a change of perspective. Old ways of thinking are put aside. Rewards and creativity crown his endeavours. However there is a negative situation over which he has no control, such as being out of kilter with different aspects of his life, poor handling of a volatile situation or bad financial management.

Jeremy Hunt

Jeremy Hunt*

Action, progress and momentum, and not enough hours in the day. A number of matters may need urgent attention. Weakness and temptation. Lack of commitment and a failure to realise the true nature of a situation so that good possibilities come to nothing.

*The Oracle’s favourite!

Michael Gove

Michael Gove

We need to assess if the messages he delivers are all talk with little foundation. Fairness should be his mantra and he should carefully consider the position of someone, probably a business partner, with whom he is negotiating. There may be a tendency towards stinginess, inappropriate use of funds, tantalising cash offers that amount to bribes, bias and a miscarriage of justice.

Dominic Raab

Dominic Raab

Inner strength is lacking. Overly emotional and vulnerable. Suffers from an inner conflict between intuition and pragmatism. Wrestles with decision-making. The material rewards and stability he craves eludes him as he is victimised and restricted by internal politics.

Rory Stewart

Rory Stewart

He is friendly and not domineering. Also detail-oriented but lacks confidence and fears his incompetence will be exposed. Impostor syndrome. There is disappointment in a relationship.

Sajid Javid

Sajid Javid

He has great reserves of strength to call upon. He tends to be overbearing in his dealings with others. There will be a wake-up call and a day of reckoning for him.