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Liz Truss’s team in secret talks to lure in defectors from Rishi Sunak


Cabinet supporters of Rishi Sunak have been in talks with Liz Truss over defecting to her campaign as her poll lead lengthens, The Mail on Sunday has learned.

One prominent member of the former Chancellor’s camp was on the brink of announcing his switch to the Foreign Secretary last week, but pulled back following Ms Truss’s ill-conceived – and swiftly reversed – plan to introduce regional pay for public sector workers.

With polls of Tory Party members giving Ms Truss a seemingly unstoppable lead, Ministers and senior MPs who backed Mr Sunak early in the contest – such as former Party Chairman Oliver Dowden, Welsh Secretary Robert Buckland and former Health Secretary Matt Hancock – are now left wondering about the impact on their careers.

One prominent member of the former Chancellor Rishi Sunak's camp was on the brink of announcing his switch to the Foreign Secretary last week, but pulled back following Ms Truss's ill-conceived – and swiftly reversed – plan to introduce regional pay for public sector workers

One prominent member of the former Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s camp was on the brink of announcing his switch to the Foreign Secretary last week, but pulled back following Ms Truss’s ill-conceived – and swiftly reversed – plan to…



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