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MP accused of misusing campaign funds quits Tory Party and won't stand at next election

Sky News Sunday, 21 April 2024
An MP facing allegations of misusing campaign funds has quit the Conservative Party and says he won't stand at the next general election.
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Grant Shapps comments on Tory MP Mark Menzies losing his whip over allegations he misused campaign funds. The defence secretary defends the Conservatives arguing it is not a ''party issue''. Mark Menzies is the eighth Conservative MP who has lost his whip over the course of the current...

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Sunak lays out differences between Tories and Labour [Video]

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Rishi Sunak Calls Snap General Election for July 4: Key Moments & Analysis | Oneindia News [Video]

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In a surprise move, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has announced a snap general election to be held on July 4th, months earlier than expected. With the Conservative Party facing an uphill battle and the Labour Party leading in the polls, this election promises to be a pivotal moment in British politics. Join us as we break down the key moments from Sunak's announcement, Labour leader Keir Starmer's response, and the potential impact on the UK's future. Don't miss our in-depth analysis of the upcoming election and what it means for the nation. #Britain #UKGeneralElections #UnitedKingdomElections #BritainElections #RishiSunak #RishiSunakNews #July4 #UKSnapElection #UKNews #TheConservatives #TheLabourParty #Oneindia

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Sunak insists his ‘plan is working’ at election rally [Video]

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Rishi Sunak hails Conservative Party activists as "the life blood of our incredible party" who were "up for this General Election" at a rally in London's ExCel Centre. Flanked by cheering and clapping cabinet colleagues, the prime minister wearing shirt sleeves, following his soggy Downing Street appearance earlier, insists his “plan is working”. Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Rishi Sunak has made the calculation that 4 July is, if not the best date for an election for the Conservatives, then the least worst.
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