1. 'We in the Conservative party need to get real and fast': Sky News debate highlights  Guardian News
  2. Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss row over recession warning in latest TV clash  BBC
  3. The Guardian view on Liz Truss’s new backers: don’t delude yourselves  The Guardian
  4. ‘I wasn’t expecting that’: The surprise winner of the latest Tory TV battle wasn’t Truss - but Sunak  The Independent
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Rishi Sunak on Thursday appeared to score a surprise win with a studio audience at a key debate with frontrunner Liz Truss in the race to become Britain's next prime minister.Rishi Sunak on Thursday appeared to score a surprise win with a studio audience at a key debate with frontrunner Liz Truss in the race to become Britain's next prime minister.

UK PM Race: UK PM Hopeful Rishi Sunak Scores Surprise Debate Win Over Rival Liz Truss

Tory leadership rivals disagree on how to turn economy around and avoid predicted downturn in Sky news debateTory leadership rivals disagree on how to turn economy around and avoid predicted downturn in Sky news debate

Sunak scorns Truss’s claims that tax cuts can avert recession | Conservative leadership | The Guardian

I found her rudeness breathtaking and her eagerness to take credit for the work of others disconcerting

What happened when I met Liz Truss shows she lacks the character to be prime minister - The New European

It was early in 2018 when I sat down in a south east London pub with Liz Truss. Her mood was downbeat, matching the grey-green of the Farrow & Ball walls. Papers were predicting she would be sacked in the next reshuffle. After 10 minutes of small talk I said: “Are we here to discuss how you plan toIt was early in 2018 when I sat down in a south east London pub with Liz Truss. Her mood was downbeat, matching the grey-green of the Farrow & Ball walls. Papers were predicting she would be sacked in the next reshuffle. After 10 minutes of small talk I said: “Are we here to discuss how you plan to

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Sky News caught up with audience members moments after The Battle for Number 10 programme to see if the leadership rivals had changed where their votes will be going...Sky News caught up with audience members moments after The Battle for Number 10 programme to see if the leadership rivals had changed where their votes will be going...

'I'm for Rishi' and a 'regrettable' vote for Liz Truss - what audience members thought of Sky News' Battle for Number 10 | UK News | Sky News

Rishi Sunak scored a surprise win on Thursday with a studio audience at a key debate with frontrunner and rival for the next PM race, Liz Truss. | World NewsRishi Sunak scored a surprise win on Thursday with a studio audience at a key debate with frontrunner and rival for the next PM race, Liz Truss.

UK PM candidate Rishi Sunak wins a key debate over rival Liz Truss | World News - Hindustan Times

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The Telegraph's data team bring you hourly updates on who bookmakers are tipping to become the next prime ministerThe Telegraph's data team bring you hourly updates on who bookmakers are tipping to become the next prime minister

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U.S. conservatives can say from experience: Tax cuts don't pay for themselves.U.S. conservatives can say from experience: Tax cuts don't pay for themselves.

Opinion | Please, Tories. Don’t fall for the supply-side snake oil. - The Washington Post

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Liz Truss is all too keen to excuse Boris Johnson’s ‘mistakes’ – she could be as dangerous as himLiz Truss is all too keen to excuse Boris Johnson’s ‘mistakes’ – she could be as dangerous as him

Tory leadership debate: The surprise winner of the latest TV battle wasn’t Truss - but Sunak | The Independent

Former British finance minister Rishi Sunak said it was still "early days" in the contest to replace Prime Minister Boris Johnson, as two opinion polls showed his rival Liz Truss had extended her lead in the race to be Britain's next leader.Former British finance minister Rishi Sunak said it was still "early days" in the contest to replace Prime Minister Boris Johnson, as two opinion polls showed his rival Liz Truss had extended her lead in the race to be Britain's next leader.

Trailing UK leadership candidate Sunak says contest is in 'early days' | Reuters

Rishi Sunak's candidature for prime minister shows us how truly unenlightened the ‘world’s largest democracy’ is.Rishi Sunak's candidature for prime minister shows us how truly unenlightened the ‘world’s largest democracy’ is.

A British Lesson in Tolerance for ‘Hindu’ India

Former UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak is closing the gap to catch up with rival, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, in the race to 10 Downing Street, with only five points separating the two in a latest poll of the Conservative Party members on Tuesday. The data tables for a survey of 807 Conservative members, conducted by Italian public affairs company Techne for a private client andFormer UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak is closing the gap to catch up with rival, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, in the race to 10 Downing Street, with only five points separating the two in a latest poll of

Rishi Sunak closing gap on rival Liz Truss in UK PM race, survey shows | Deccan Herald

UK News: EXETER: Conservative top choice Rishi Sunak has everything to play for in the race to succeed ousted British PM Boris Johnson, according to the smartl.UK News: EXETER: Conservative top choice Rishi Sunak has everything to play for in the race to succeed ousted British PM Boris Johnson, according to the smartl.

Why some Brits feel Rishi Sunak can beat Liz Truss - Times of India

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The UK's Conservative Party has sent ballot papers to members in a vote to determine who becomes Britain's new prime minister. Some 160,000 people will have a say on who succeeds Boris Johnson as Tory leader.The UK's Conservative Party has sent ballot papers to members in a vote to determine who becomes Britain's new prime minister. Some 160,000 people will have a say on who succeeds Boris Johnson as Tory leader.

UK Conservative members decide on new prime minister | News | DW | 01.08.2022

Mordaunt vied with Truss in the contest’s first stages, but is now rowing in behind her.Mordaunt vied with Truss in the contest’s first stages, but is now rowing in behind her.

Boost for Liz Truss as ex-rival Penny Mordaunt backs her Tory leadership bid – POLITICO

LONDON (AP) — Britain’s next prime minister will take office amid turmoil: galloping inflation, a war in Ukraine, souring relations with China, a changing climate. But not all those issues are getting equal attention as Foreign Secretary Liz Truss and former Treasury chief Rishi Sunak vie for the votes of about 180,000 Conservative Party members. LONDON (AP) — Britain’s next prime minister will take office amid turmoil: galloping inflation, a war in Ukraine, souring relations with China, a changing climate. But not all those issues are getting equal attention as Foreign Secretary Liz Truss and former Treasury chief Rishi Sunak vie for the votes of about 180,000 Conservative Party members.

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LONDON (AP) - Rishi Sunak, one of the two contenders to replace British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, on Monday defended his decision to quit the government and help end Johnson's scandal-tarnished le...LONDON (AP) - Rishi Sunak, one of the two contenders to replace British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, on Monday defended his decision to quit the government and help end Johnson's scandal-tarnished le...

Sunak tries to close the gap on rival in UK leadership race – The Journal

Sunak is focused and his Indian origin seems not to be an issueSunak is focused and his Indian origin seems not to be an issue

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Will the UK's next prime minister be Dishy Rishi or Iron-Lady wannabe Liz? Rishi Sunak, who led the revolt of ministers that ousted Boris Johnson, will be the first prime minister of colour should he get the top job – but polls have his rival Liz Truss in the lead right now.Will the UK's next prime minister be Dishy Rishi or Iron-Lady wannabe Liz? Rishi Sunak, who led the revolt of ministers that ousted Boris Johnson, will be the first prime minister of colour should he get the top job – but polls have his rival Liz Truss in the lead right now.

Battling for prime position: more about the two people vying for Boris Johnson's job | You

The two candidates vying to replace Boris Johnson must win over the party faithful.The two candidates vying to replace Boris Johnson must win over the party faithful.

Truss and Sunak to face off in hustings in crunch week of leadership race | NewsChain

Liz Truss on Thursday got another major boost to her campaign to become the UK's next prime minister after ...Liz Truss on Thursday got another major boost to her campaign to become the UK's next prime minister after ...

Liz Truss Gets Another Major Boost in Leadership Bid From Sajid Javid

STEPHEN GLOVER: Tory pessimism is overdone. There is actually a good reason for downcast Conservatives to feel quietly optimistic. I am speaking of Sir Keir Starmer.STEPHEN GLOVER: Tory pessimism is overdone. There is actually a good reason for downcast Conservatives to feel quietly optimistic. I am speaking of Sir Keir Starmer.

STEPHEN GLOVER: Sir Keir Starmer - aka Captain Crasheroonie Snoozefest  | Daily Mail Online

Rishi Sunak has claimed Tory MPs who accuse him of betraying Boris Johnson are applying “rose tinted” glasses to the last days of his government. At the weekend the culture secretary Nadine Dorries was criticised for sharing a picture appearing to show Mr Sunak wielding a knife at MrJohnson, in a parody of Julius Caesar.

Sunak accuses critics of ‘rose tinted’ view of Johnson government | Estonian Free Press

Rishi Sunak has claimed Tory MPs who accuse him of betraying Boris Johnson are applying “rose tinted” glasses to the last days of his government. At the weekend the culture secretary Nadine Dorries was criticised for sharing a picture appearing to show Mr Sunak wielding a knife at MrJohnson, in a parody of Julius Caesar.

Sunak accuses critics of ‘rose tinted’ view of Johnson government | Estonian Free Press

DOMINIC RAAB has been accused of not allowing opponents to make their argument just like 'Rishi did in the last debate' against Liz Truss as Conservative candidates attack each other from opposite sides of the Tory leadership contest. DOMINIC RAAB has been accused of not allowing opponents to make their argument just like "Rishi did in the last debate" against Liz Truss as Conservative candidates attack each other from opposite sides of the Tory leadership contest.

Liz Truss supporter shuts down Raab in heated exchange over Tory leaders | Politics | News | Express.co.uk

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Sreeram Chaulia is professor and dean of the Jindal School of International Affairs in Sonipat, India. His most recent book is "Crunch Time: NarendraNew generations of emigrants have successfully plunged into local politics

Rishi Sunak's rise signifies the arrival of the Indian diaspora - Nikkei Asia

The voters that gave the Tories their majority want levelling up, not tax cuts.The voters that gave the Tories their majority want levelling up, not tax cuts.

Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak’s lurch to the right jeopardises 2019 voter coalition - New Statesman

Out of 12 hustings due, where candidates debate one another in front of party members, 11 remain even after voting begins on MondayOut of 12 hustings due, where candidates debate one another in front of party members, 11 remain even after voting begins on Monday

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We're lost in a terrible psychedelia, tripping out on Tory hallucinations while the world burns around us

Brexit squats over the Tory leadership contest, unaddressed yet mangling reality around it

He gave a speech setting out his stall for the leadership in Sawston Hall yesterday (July 27)He gave a speech setting out his stall for the leadership in Sawston Hall yesterday (July 27)

'This country did something incredible for my family' - Rishi Sunak visits Cambs Conservative members - Cambridgeshire Live

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