After weeks of bull**** on the economy from Liz Truss & Rishi Sunak, both of whom were part of the Government which led us to the present catastrophe, sit down with a pint & listen to simple common sense from @RMTunion’s Eddie Dempsey - brilliant stuff pic.twitter.com/FFlHoXl5Pg— Peter Stefanovic (@PeterStefanovi2) August 11, 2022
Sitting in the #ToryLeadership hustings in Cheltenham and still can't get over this quote from Rishi Sunak, that Liz Truss's economic plan would mean "we are going to, as a Conservative Government, leave millions of incredibly vulnerable people at the risk of real destitution”.— Ben Glaze (@benglaze) August 11, 2022
Neither Liz Truss nor Rishi Sunak have uttered a word about what they'd do to dismantle the Tories' sleaze-ridden cash-for-access culture.@AnnelieseDodds turns up the heat on them to expunge the Conservative Party's links to dodgy donors.👇🏻 https://t.co/WRZVH9ERTf— Angela Rayner 🌹 (@AngelaRayner) August 11, 2022
Kamali: Have you heard anything encouraging from Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak that they take the climate crisis seriously?— Kay Burley (@KayBurley) August 11, 2022
“Frankly, no” says @Sir_David_King, Former Special Representative for Climate Change#KayBurley JP pic.twitter.com/LbFOrgNb6F
'They are two men who care more about the country than the man running it!'— LBC (@LBC) August 11, 2022
James O'Brien utterly destroys Boris Johnson for his inaction on the cost of living whilst Gordon Brown and Martin Lewis sound the alarm.@mrjamesob https://t.co/tQ4BnKRDFG
💥NEW: After a day of escalating briefing wars between the Tory leadership camps, another twist tonight…— Ben Riley-Smith (@benrileysmith) August 10, 2022
Kwasi Kwarteng and Simon Clarke go public to accuse their old cabinet pal Rishi Sunak of resisting Brexit reforms. Plus some fierce other swipes.https://t.co/jA9QjmHyju
As predictable, it has now become an “I’m more Brexity than you” fight…— Mike Galsworthy (@mikegalsworthy) August 11, 2022
…which may play to the narrow Tory membership, but is utterly tone-deaf to a wider population that increasingly recognises Brexit as an ongoing policy failure.
Unless something huge happens or they dig up something really bad about— Adam Brooks 🇬🇧 (@EssexPR) August 11, 2022
Liz Truss, she will be the next PM.
I don’t know many people that trust Rishi Sunak anymore.
His manoeuvring & campaign has been so poorly advised.
His advisers have destroyed him.
Interesting to see Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss speaking in Cheltenham last night— O’Brien-McPherson Racing (@OBMRacing) August 12, 2022
Very little agreement on most topics but both clear that six year olds running in bumpers was the chief threat to racing and that authorities should be praised for stamping out this menace