Michael Gove backs Conservative leadership race 'underdog' Rishi Sunak as next Prime Minister

8/20/2022 12:38:00 AM

Michael Gove backs Conservative leadership race 'underdog' Rishi Sunak as next Prime Minister

Michael Gove backs Conservative leadership race 'underdog' Rishi Sunak as next Prime Minister

The former Cabinet minister suggested the Foreign Secretary's proposals would put 'the stock options of FTSE 100 executives' before the nation's poorest people

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The answer to the cost of living crisis cannot be simply to reject further ‘handouts’ and cut tax.“Proposed cuts to national insurance would favour the wealthy, and changes to corporation tax apply to big businesses, not small entrepreneurs.1% uplift would be given to some benefit claimants.“I cannot see how safeguarding the stock options of FTSE 100 executives should ever take precedence over supporting the poorest in our society, but at a time of want it cannot be the right priority..” Mr Gove, who backed Kemi Badenoch earlier in the contest, said he was “disappointed” when the little-known junior minister, was eliminated from the contest.She has also consistently voted against spending public money to create guaranteed jobs for young people and has also voted in favour of the bedroom tax on social tenants.He added that he does not believe Ms Truss’s “prospectus is the right answer for the world we face”.Gibbs has a best finish of 10th in four starts so far, coming at Michigan.

“It does not address the fundamental problems of potential neglected, productivity suppressed and the vulnerable suffering the most,” he wrote.She announced that women and girls would be at the centre of her foreign policy priorities, pledging more than £20 million of new funding to help stop violence against women and girls around the world.The former Levelling-Up Secretary said criticised those who have recently announced their support for Ms Truss.“A bandwagon is clattering down Whitehall with eager new adherents clambering aboard.When launching his campaign for prime minister, Sunak stated: “If I become prime minister I will protect women’s rights and ensure women and girls enjoy the same freedom most males take for granted in feeling safe from assault and abuse.The SW1 consensus has already called it.” Mr Gove’s endorsement has been welcomed by the Sunak camp.The fate of the country is now in the hands of Conservative party members, who will vote for their preferred candidate over the next month.I need to be racing at 100%.

A spokeswoman for Mr Sunak’s campaign said: “Delighted to have the support of a party and cabinet veteran who has intellectual heft and shown the radical reforming zeal in every job he has had, that we now so desperately need.” Additional reporting by PA News Agency Topics.Sign up for the latest news and must-read features from Stylist, so you don't miss out on the conversation.

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