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Tory fury over the dimensions of the defeat boiled over as an ousted MP stated the occasion needs to be shut down.

Brexiteer Marcus Fysh stated the Conservatives which have survived don’t have any want to benefit from Britain’s departure from the European Union and can by no means be capable to regain energy.

Lord Soames, grandson of Winston Churchill, referred to as the outspoken MP a “total idiot”.

Mr Fysh hit again, saying the Tory peer had “traded on grandfather’s name his whole life”.

He stated the Conservatives have develop into a centre left occasion stuffed with “Remainers and wets” and must develop into centre proper.

“I don’t think the current Conservative MPs want to be there (centre right). That isn’t who they are. It isn’t a Conservative party in that sense and so it should no longer exist,” he informed Times Radio.

“Everyone is wasting their time with it and I’m just calling it how I see it, really. If it was my business I’d wind it up.

“The sooner it’s put out of its misery the better, and that is what I think needs to happen. I would actually dissolve the corporate entity of the party and I would start again with a new brand, a new leader and everything.”

The conflict got here as three senior Conservatives anticipated to run for the management referred to as for an sincere analysis about what went mistaken.

Suella Braverman stated she was “having lots of conversations” when pressed on whether or not she will probably be making a bid for the job.

She informed GB News probably the most urgent want is “to agree on the problem” to allow them to repair it.

“We need to get fighting fit and start opposing the Labour Party, because they’ll use this window to bring pretty harmful things into our country,” she added.

Ex-immigration minister Robert Jenrick stated step one for the occasion is a “proper honest diagnosis about what’s gone wrong” and referred to as for a protracted management marketing campaign.

He added: “I honestly don’t think that three days on from the General Election, in which we’ve just lost so many of our friends and colleagues, that it is right to have self-indulgent conversations like this,” he stated.

“I think we as a party have to think very carefully about what’s happened and once we have that, unite behind that common set of true Conservative principles and move forward – and above all hold Keir Starmer to account.”

Former well being secretary Victoria Atkins stated there was nonetheless a “real opportunity” for the Tories to get better, with Labour’s help “spread very thinly, a little bit like margarine”.

“In terms of their values, their instinct they are, I believe still instinctively Conservative: they want lower taxes, they want to build a better future for their children, they want us to help them thrive in their personal lives and in their livelihoods,” she informed the BBC’s Sunday With Laura Kuenssberg.

“And so those values are important to us all. What we need to do is to make sure that we are acting on those values, but also ensuring that we have policies that deliver on the sorts of issues that were being raised.”

She stated: “Please don’t think I’m trying to turn away from the very loud, clear messages to us as a party, but I do observe that the support for the Labour Party in this election has spread very thinly, a little bit like margarine.”