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Former Tory minister tells Sunak to give up or face ‘electoral bloodbath’

In yet one more blow to Rishi Sunak, a former Tory minister has advised the Prime Minister to give up or face an ‘electoral bloodbath’ on the common election.

Simon Clarke, who was a cupboard minister in Liz Truss’s short-lived authorities, urged Sunak to give up and make approach for a brand new Tory chief.

In an op-ed for the Telegraph, Clarke slammed Sunak for his ‘uninspiring management’ as ‘the principle impediment to our restoration’ and wrote that he has “sadly gone from asset to anchor”.

His feedback come after a YouGov ballot discovered that simply 20% of the general public are planning to vote for the Tories. In the meantime, the ballot confirmed assist for Labour at 47%, indicating that Keir Starmer’s celebration are on monitor for an unprecedented landslide when voters go to the polls.

Polling aggregator Stats for Lefties has made a projection on how the ballot can be mirrored in parliamentary seats if it had been borne out in a common election. That projection has Labour successful a staggering 544 seats. The Tories can be the fourth largest celebration in parliament with simply 14 MPs.

Clarke argued that Sunak “is main the Conservatives into an election the place we will likely be massacred” as a result of “he doesn’t get what Britain wants. And he isn’t listening to what the British folks need.”

His feedback additionally come after one other Tory MP, Andrea Jenkyns, stated {that a} regular stream of no-confidence letters had been submitted in Sunak and that she can be ‘very shocked if he’s taking us into the election’.

Basit Mahmood is editor of Left Foot Ahead

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