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Sunak concedes the Tories might not win the forthcoming election

  • Rishi Sunak conceded that the Tories might not win the general election.
  • After the local election results, Sunak has pushed the party to change its political direction to the right.
  • Maria Caulfield noted that Conservative voters in 2019 stayed at home rather than casting ballots for Labour or Reform.

Rishi Sunak proposed a hung parliament in the UK and conceded that the Tories might not win the general election as a result of dismal local polling.

He contended that the manipulation of Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer by the SNP or minor parties would not be acceptable to the electorate.

General Election

After the weekend’s local election results, Sunak, the prime minister of Labour, has pushed the party to change its political direction to the right. Suella Braverman, the former home secretary, urged Sunak to move the party to the right to win back voters, but she said that a leadership change was not a “feasible prospect.” Braverman also urged the prime minister to implement some other measures, such as additional tax cuts and a cap on legal immigration, to win back voters.

Despite the Tories’ dismal performance in the local elections, Transport Secretary Mark Harper stated that Sunak and his party are “up for the fight” in a general election.

According to him, the most important thing for the public to do right now is to support the prime minister, concentrate on the government’s top priorities regarding the economy and immigration, and take the fight to the nation in advance of the general election.

Although the results were “extremely disappointing,” Health Minister Maria Caulfield noted that Conservative voters in 2019 stayed at home rather than casting ballots for Labour or Reform. Voters, she continued, only needed to witness the government keeping its word.

In the 107 English council elections that took place on May 2, Labour secured 1,158 seats, marking a gain of over 232 seats. With 552 members, an increase of about 100, the Liberal Democrats secured third place, while the Tories lost nearly 500 seats, with 515 seats.

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