At the first stage of the Conservative leadership race, when Liz Truss was trying to win MPs’ support, her message was that she was the one who could ‘unite the right’. Now, her plan to survive in No. 10 relies on dividing the Tory left.
Regicide is a messy business. ‘It’s very hard to push her out,’ says a former cabinet minister.
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