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Johnson and Truss will undermine Sunak’s bid for office

  • Senior Conservatives fear that Rishi Sunak is caught in a vicious cycle of party infighting.
  • Sunak’s proposed smoking ban is expected to spark a mutiny, as Truss and other libertarian MPs are ready to denounce the idea as unconservative.
  • The party has not produced the hidden weapon it once claimed to have, even as the general election draws near.

Senior Conservatives fear that Rishi Sunak is caught in a vicious cycle of party infighting, as his failure to regain control before the general election is shown by assaults from Liz Truss, Boris Johnson, and Suella Braverman.

Sunak’s proposed smoking ban is expected to spark a mutiny, as Truss and other libertarian MPs are ready to denounce the idea as unconservative. Sunak’s allies are already furious with Johnson, who has been critical of him for the past week, despite expectations that their relationship had warmed up.

Johnson and Truss

Now that Truss’s book Ten Years to Save the West has been out and Braverman is slated to speak at a right-wing convention in Brussels, Sunak is expected to face greater criticism when members of parliament return to the Commons following their Easter recess.

The party has not produced the hidden weapon it once claimed to have, even as the general election draws near. Leading MPs are blaming Sunak for the deadly loss of power in Downing Street, which was epitomized last week when he refused to remove the whip from an MP who urged Ashfield residents to support Lee Anderson, the former Tory MP who joined Reform UK, formerly known as the Brexit party.

In an autumn announcement made just before voters are anticipated to head to the polls, Sunak is basing his political aspirations on an economic rebound in conjunction with an additional round of tax cuts.

Nonetheless, a potential conflict between the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and a different party divided over humanitarian concerns arises from the passage of Rwandan legislation permitting asylum seekers to be transported to the East African nation.

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