Anthony Browne: Tory members must vote for the leader who can win the next general election | Conservative Home

Jul 25, 2022 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

68% : So to cut to the chase, if you are a Brexiteer worried about Brexit being unwound, it matters far less whether Rishi Sunak or Liz Truss are the true Brexiteers, with one having voted for Brexit, and the other a convert.
65% : Park the concerns about Brexit being unwound.
63% : The biggest threat to Brexit is Starmer entering Number 10 in 2024.
58% : He may have said he won't seek to unwind it, but the direction of travel under a Labour government lead by someone who campaigned for a second referendum to cancel Brexit is obvious.
50% : The focus of the leadership campaign should be less about who will cut taxes when, or how the candidates would tackle illegal migration or their stance on transgender issues.
38% : If you share my dismay at the high rate of taxation, and want tax cuts, your main concern should not be whether you prefer Truss's jam today rather than Sunak's jam tomorrow.
36% : Contain the annoyance at the level of tax you pay.

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