London. There is bad news for British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and 15 ministers of his cabinet. According to the polling data report of The Independent, Sunak and his 15 ministers may face defeat in the next general election. In addition to Sunak, Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab and Health Secretary Steve Barclay, Foreign Secretary James Cleverley, Defense Secretary Ben Wallace, Business Secretary Grant Shapps, Commons Leader Penny Mordaunt, and Environment Secretary Therese Coffey could also lose their seats in the 2024 general election. Huh. That’s what FocalData Polling for Best for Britain found in an exclusive seat-by-seat analysis.
The Independent also reported that only five cabinet ministers, Jeremy Hunt, Suella Braverman, Michael Gove, Nadim Zawavi, and Kemi Badenoch, would be able to win re-election. Polls suggest that all Tory MPs in the current cabinet, except Raab, are likely to lose their seats to Labor candidates, with Raab losing to the Liberal Democrats in Esher and Walton, and Scottish Secretary Alistair Jack, of course, to the SNP. Can face defeat in Dumfries and Galloway for defeat by.
Labor Party can win 10 seats
A new analysis shared with The Independent on 10 key “Bellwether” seats suggests Labor could win all 10. The news website quoted Naomi Smith, chief executive of Best for Britain, as saying, “Sunak’s cabinet deserves nothing less than sweepstakes.”
Despite Sunak’s predicted blow to the party, analysis by Best for Britain has shown that Labour’s huge lead over the Tories may be weaker than previously thought.
Rishi Sunak is the first person of Indian origin to become the British Prime Minister. Meanwhile, pressure is mounting for him to reform pay proposals to health workers, including from members of the Conservative Party.
Sunak holds meeting to rectify health crisis
Britain’s Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Saturday called an emergency meeting of his ministers, doctors, and health service managers at 10 Downing Street to improve the ongoing health crisis in the country.
The health crisis in Britain has deepened to such an extent that hospitals are overcrowded with thousands of patients waiting outside.
The government has said that it is bringing together experts from the health and service sectors, so that knowledge and practical solutions can be shared with each other.