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Braverman warns ‘it’s over’ for the Tories ‘the writing is on the wall’

3rd Jul 24 1:42 pm

Labour is looking set for an extraordinary landslide which is on a scale “never seen before” in the UK.

The former Home Secretary Suella Braverman has issued a warning shot for the Conservative Party that “it’s over” and the “writing is on the wall.”

The Work and Pensions Secretary Mel Stride said on Wednesday it is “highly unlikely” the polls are wrong, but the Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said it is not a “forgone conclusion.”

Stride warned “of what a very large Labour majority, unchecked, would mean for people.”

Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme Stride said, “I have accepted that where the polls are at the moment – and it seems highly unlikely that they are very, very wrong, because they’ve been consistently in the same place for some time – that we are therefore tomorrow highly likely to be in a situation where we have the largest majority that any party has ever achieved.”

Stride told GB News, “If you look at the polls, it is pretty clear that Labour at this stage are heading for an extraordinary landslide on a scale that has probably never, ever been seen in this country before.”

“I’m really worried about an untrammelled Labour Party in power, and that really needs to be checked, and people will regret it if we don’t have that, I think,” Stride told LBC.

Speaking to This Morning, Sunak said, “I’m fighting hard for every vote. Here’s what I’d say, actually, here’s what I’d say.

“We just saw some analysis which showed that just 130,000 people can make the difference in this election. So, everyone watching who thinks, ‘oh, this is all a foregone conclusion’, it’s not.”

Braverman wrote in the Telegraph, “One needs to read the writing on the wall: it’s over, and we need to prepare for the reality and frustration of opposition.”

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