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Sunak won’t be much help to the Scottish Tories

26 May 2024

4:00 PM

26 May 2024

4:00 PM

The first few days of this general election campaign have been characterised by Rishi Sunak’s dismal campaign management. From wet suits and sinking ships, his whistlestop tour of the four nations seemed more like a box-ticking exercise than anything else.

The key to any Tory success is to augment the notion that independence is still a threat

A prime minister from the Conservative and Unionist party must find some way to appeal to Northern Ireland and Scotland, the two parts of that union which in the longer term still represent a realistic flight risk. It

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