15 UK Ministers and Rishi Sunak may lose seat in 2024 elections: Poll

Position of UK ministers under risk: Poll

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, became a leader of the Conservative Party in October 2022 and has previously served as a chancellor of the Exchequer from 2020 to 2022. Sunak is the first Hindu and first person of colour to lead Britain. 

According to reports, it is anticipated that the British politician, Rishi Sunak and 15 of his cabinet ministers could lose their seat in the 2024 elections. This wipeout polling data shared by independent newspapers comes as a risk to some of the top ministers of the UK like the Health Secretary Steve Barclay, and the Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab. Other ministers like the defence secretary Ben Wallace, foreign secretary James Cleverly, Grant Shapps, Penny Mordaunt, Therese Coffey are also at risk of losing their seats, according to the polling analysis of Focaldata for Best for Britain. 

On the other hand, five ministers of the cabinet Suella Braverman, Michael Gove, Jeremy Hunt, Kemi Badenoch, Nadhim Zawawi are more likely to remain in office post 2024 elections.

Ahead of the 2024 elections, Sunak plans to reduce the NHS waiting lists and has made a few promises to sustain the economy. The MRP poll results are raising concerns about Sunak’s leadership before municipal elections in May. This might lead to the possibility of former Prime Minister Boris Johnson to run again for the position. The topic remains open for discussion among the mob as well as the politicians.

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