Rishi Sunak warned against May general election in tense private talks with senior Tory MPs


Senior Tories caution PM on May election

In a tense private meeting, senior Tory MPs advised Prime Minister Rishi Sunak against calling a general election in May, according to HOAR sources.

Men in Grey Suits oppose May 2nd polling

The influential 1922 Committee Executive, representing Conservative backbenchers, expressed concerns to Sunak over the push for a May 2nd election by some No 10 aides, deeming it "barking mad" and suggesting a wait until autumn.

October eyed as likely election month

Party strategists lean towards October for the election, aiming for an economic rebound to narrow the gap with Labour, as Sunak reaffirms a second-half-of-the-year election assumption.

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