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Sunak insists his ‘plan is working’ at election rally

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Sunak insists his ‘plan is working’ at election rally

Sunak insists his ‘plan is working’ at election rally

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.

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