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UK PM Rishi Sunak, 15 Other Ministers At Risk Of Losing 2024 General Elections: Report

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New polling data has shown that British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and 15 other ministers of his cabinet are most likely to lose in the 2024 general elections and expected a “total wipeout” for the Conservative party.

According to this investigation done by Focaldata polling for Best for Britain, which was shared with the Independent newspaper, senior Tory leaders like the prime minister, deputy PM Dominic Raab, and health secretary Steve Barclay are all at threat of loss in 2024.

It has been predicted that only five cabinet ministers Jeremy Hunt, Suella Braverman, Michael Gove, Nadhim Zahawi, and Kemi Badenoch will likely retain their seats after the 2024 election. The polling data states that ten seats, thought the “bellweather”, where the people have consistently voted with the winning party in current decades, will shift towards the Labour Party. The study states that all Tory MPs in the current cabinet would lose their seats to Labor, except fort Rabb, who has been predicted to the Liberal Democrats in Esher and Walton.

“Sunak’s cabinet deserves nothing short of a wipeout,” Naomi Smith, chief executive of Best for Britain, a group campaigning for internationalist deals and closer relations with the EU.

“But wavering voters could throw them a lifeline, and so Keir Starmer (leader of Labour party) must take nothing for granted and avoid alienating Labour support by drawing unnecessary red lines on Brexit.”

But the pollsters still desire the 2024 elections to be a close fight, with those gathered fence-sitters might still give Tories a chance of making a recovery.

Smith accepts that the Labour Party’s mammoth lead over the Tories could be more volatile than earlier. Their statement found that many fence-sitters who have answered “don’t know” in surveys lean laboriously towards the Conservative party.

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