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The Tories should deal with profitable over the “very, very many people” who’re nonetheless “genuinely undecided” over the following two weeks, Lord Howard stated as he argued the overall election on July 4 was not but achieved and dusted.

The former chief of the Conservative Party was requested a couple of ballot for The Telegraph which confirmed the Tories might find yourself with simply 53 seats.

He informed GB News: “I can only talk from my own experience. I’ve been on the doorstep every day this week. And apart from today, when I had a very positive response, on the other days, what’s become clear is that there are very, very many people who haven’t made up their minds, who are genuinely undecided.

“And I think the task that faces the Conservative Party in the two weeks that remain of the campaign, is to persuade those people who haven’t made up their minds that we have genuinely turned the corner.

“We’ve now got the lowest inflation rate in the G7 apart from Italy, the highest growth rate in the G7, apart from Canada, which is the same as ours. And after all of the hard times that we’ve been through, because of COVID, because of the war, because of the increase in the price of energy, we have now turned the corner.

“We have a really good future ahead of us if we stick to the Conservatives, and stick to the plan. That’s what we’ve got to try and persuade people of in the two weeks that remain of the campaign.”