Tories should combat ‘extra aggressive marketing campaign’, Kwarteng insists | EUROtoday

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Kwasi Kwarteng has urged Rishi Sunak to combat a “more aggressive campaign” in opposition to Sir Keir Starmer and the Labour Party.

The former chancellor, who just isn’t contesting the overall election, urged the Tories weren’t being “forensic enough” in taking the combat to Sir Keir.

The senior Tory informed GB News: “I think we need to fight a more aggressive campaign. I think Keir Starmer is a man of the Left, very much so, and he’s obviously trying to pretend or portray himself as something more akin to a centrist politician.

“And I think it’s the job of the Conservative Party, and particularly the Prime Minister, who is going head-to-head with Sir Keir to point that out.

“And I’m not sure we’re being forensic enough in terms of saying, this man is odds-on likely, given the polls, to be Prime Minister, have we given him enough scrutiny, have we looked hard enough at his record to make sure that we’re happy with him? And I think people would be very surprised to hear some of the positions.”

His feedback got here after studies yesterday that Cabinet ministers had been urging the Prime Minister to “go for the jugular” in an try to spice up the Conservative marketing campaign.

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