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Election guru’s pep talk to Tories will encourage ministers to believe they CAN win next ballot


The Conservatives still have a ‘narrow’ path to election victory, provided they can deliver on the public’s priorities and end the party’s toxic infighting, Cabinet ministers will be told today.

Rishi Sunak will gather his Cabinet at Chequers this afternoon for an ‘away day’ designed to deliver on his New Year pledges and set a course for next year’s election.

Downing Street said ministers would be asked to give updates on progress towards his five pledges, which include restoring economic competence, tackling NHS waiting lists and stopping the Channel migrant crossings.

But they will also hold extended discussions on the party’s strategy for winning the general election, pencilled in for the autumn of next year.

The Conservatives still have a ‘narrow’ path to election victory, provided they can deliver on the public’s priorities and end the party’s toxic infighting. The Prime Minister is pictured at his first PMQs on October 26

The Conservatives still have a ‘narrow’ path to election victory, provided they can deliver on the public’s priorities and end the party’s toxic infighting. The Prime Minister is pictured at his first PMQs on October 26

Opinion polls have put Labour more than 20 points ahead since last summer, suggesting that Sir Keir Starmer, pictured on January 25, is on course for Downing Street

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