Braverman refuses to rule out backing bid to overthrow Sunak | EUROtoday

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Suella Braverman has refused to rule out backing a bid to oust Rishi Sunak if his Rwanda plan fails.

The former house secretary mentioned she “fully expects” Mr Sunak to steer the Conservative Party into the subsequent common election however she wouldn’t be drawn on whether or not she would again a management problem towards him.

Asked if she would assist a problem between now and the subsequent common election, Mrs Braverman advised the BBC: “As I said, I just don’t think that is going to happen.”

Told that was not a “no”, Mrs Braverman mentioned: “The Prime Minister is going to, I am sure, lead us into the next general election. I have a lot of concerns about the path that he is taking.”

Asked once more if she would assist a problem to his management, she mentioned: “I have been urging him to change course, repeatedly. I believe we are not providing policies or solutions that the British people are supporting and unfortunately every poll we look at at the moment suggests that we are heading for defeat.”

Mrs Braverman mentioned she believed Mr Sunak’s Rwanda Bill was “fatally flawed” and wouldn’t end in common migrant deportation flights taking off.

Mr Sunak is ready to carry a press convention in Downing Street this morning to induce the House of Lords to cease blocking the Bill forward of crunch votes this afternoon.

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