Top Tory boss predicts early election as Rishi Sunak tears into Keir Starmer


A top Conservative Party leader has predicted an early election as Chancellor Rishi Sunak launched a scathing attack on Sir Keir Starmer.

Prediction of an early election

Sir Graham Brady, chief of the powerful 1922 Tory backbench committee, believes that the election race has started "this week". He mentioned that the Conservative Party needed to stabilize after the past year and that they are now in a much stronger position.

Sunak criticizes Starmer

Chancellor Rishi Sunak, speaking at a ConservativeHome reception in Manchester, highlighted Sir Keir Starmer's disconnection from common sense Britain. He stated that the "gloves have come off" against Starmer.

Furthermore, Sir Graham Brady, who will be standing down at the next election, hinted that the Prime Minister may call for an early Spring election. He expressed that this might be his last time introducing a prime minister at this event at the party conference.

Sunak's comedy roasting of Starmer

During a comedy roast in front of enthusiastic party members, Chancellor Rishi Sunak vowed to dismantle Sir Keir Starmer. Sunak claimed that Starmer tried to copy his five priorities, which included fueling inflation and growing the unions. He criticized Starmer for being so out of touch that he thinks the Angel of the North is a tube station in Islington.

In conclusion, Chancellor Sunak rallied the Conservative Party, urging them to work together and win the upcoming general election.

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