‘Liz Truss in best place to beat Keir Starmer,’ says supporter Jake Berry MP

Sky News published this video item, entitled “‘Liz Truss in best place to beat Keir Starmer,’ says supporter Jake Berry MP” – below is their description.

Conservative MP Jake Berry said “Liz Truss in the best place” to beat Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer in a general election.

He went on to say Ms Truss would “unite” the party “to take on the real risk which is the Labour party”.

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