‘I am the person that can beat Keir Starmer’: Rishi Sunak vs Liz Truss in Tory Leadership Hustings

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “‘I am the person that can beat Keir Starmer’: Rishi Sunak vs Liz Truss in Tory Leadership Hustings” – below is their description.

‘I am the person that can beat Keir Starmer’: Rishi Sunak vs Liz Truss in Tory Leadership Hustings | Liz Truss has said she “fundamentally” disagrees with “putting up taxes and then also giving out benefits” to help with the rising cost of living. The Tory leadership contender lambasted cash handouts as “Gordon Brown economics” at a hustings debate in Darlington, while her opponent Rishi Sunak said he would target pensioners and the most vulnerable for support with rising fuel bills. The two contenders vying to be the next prime minister have faced growing calls to spell out how they would help with the energy price spike after consultancy Cornwall Insight forecast that average bills could hit about £3,582 in October, up from £1,971 today, before topping £4,200 in the new year.

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