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PremierLeague-News.Com - The two rivals will face off in Cardiff in the third Conservative leadership hustings

Uk News What time the Tory hustings is tonight and how to watch Rishi Sunak vs Liz Truss Cardiff debate United Kingdom news

PremierLeague-News.Com - The two rivals will face off in Cardiff in the third Conservative leadership hustings

Uk News What time the Tory hustings is tonight and how to watch Rishi Sunak vs Liz Truss Cardiff debate United Kingdom news
03 August 2022 - 13:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss will face off in the third Tory leadership hustings this evening.It is a battle that has so far been characterised by mud-slinging, with some Conservatives worried the campaign could leave a lasting effect on the party’s reputation.Former chancellor Mr Sunak and Foreign Secretary Ms Truss are attempting to gain the support of the 175,000-strong Tory membership, who will decide the next prime minister.The pair have already contested hustings in Leeds and Exeter. There are 12 official hustings taking place across the country in total.Here’s what you need to know about this evening’s event.What time is the hustings?The event will begin at 7pm. Tickets to attend have now sold out.The venue has not yet been made public.How can I watch live?i readers can watch a live stream of the hustings right here. Bookmark this page and head back shortly before 7pm to watch it in full.Conservative Party members can watch the debate online on the party’s website, but will be asked to make a donation.

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.More from Conservatives'Real danger' for Truss after policy blunder turns off grassroots and gives boost to Sunak03 August, 2022Rishi Sunak believes he is doing better than the polls say, and he just might be02 August, 2022Rishi Sunak has momentum and can stop Liz Truss, campaign chief claims02 August, 2022What should we expect?Ms Truss remains the favourite to succeed Boris Johnson in No 10.Mr Sunak secured the most support from Tory MPs, but polls suggest Ms Truss is more popular among the membership.However, tonight’s event follows Ms Truss’ awkward U-turn on a policy for regional pay for public sector workers.The plan faces significant backlash, with critics saying it would mean workers outside of London would face large pay cuts.“I never had any intention of changing the terms and conditions of teachers and nurses,” Ms Truss said.Mr Sunak and Ms Truss have gone to battle on the subject of taxes, with Ms Truss promising tax cuts, while the former Chancellor is being more cautious.His successor Nadhim Zahawi, who is backing Ms Truss, has labelled Mr Sunak a “doomster” on the economy.Speaking to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Mr Sunak responded: “It’s my opponent in this contest who wants to stick with the failed orthodoxy of having these ultra-low corporation tax rates and, you know what, they don’t work in increasing business investment in this country – we’ve tried it for a decade.“It’s entirely different to doing things right now that would make the situation far worse and endanger people’s mortgages.”Welsh Labour’s Shadow Welsh Secretary, Jo Stevens, said: “Neither Liz Truss nor Rishi Sunak has had anything to say about Wales during this campaign, but their record of 12 years of Tory neglect tells us all we need to know: a high-tax, low-growth economy and the biggest drop in living standards since records began.”

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