UK When is the Rishi Sunak vs Liz Truss leadership debate and how to watch it last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss will be clashing tonight as they both compete to become the next Tory leader and PM
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Tory leadership candidates Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss will be going head-to-head live on TV tonight to argue why they should replace Boris Johnson. Previously, Ms Truss made headlines for her £8.8 billion policy pledge to cut the public sector wage bill by paying workers in cheaper areas of the country less than those in the more expensive parts. However, she has now abandoned the proposal following outrage from her fellow Conservative Party members who warned it would lead to a "levelling down" of the nation. The U-turn was welcomed by fellow candidate Mr Sunak who said it would have led to "almost half a million workers in Wales getting a pay cut". Ahead of a previous debate, the pair clashed on tax policies. Read more: Man rushed to hospital after brutal attack at Parklife festival - police are looking for these men Mr Sunak had faced attacks from Ms Truss for overseeing rising taxes while in no 11 during the pandemic.
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. These will likely be addressed once again in tonight's debate which will be hosted by Sky News. Here's a breakdown of everything you need to know about tonight's televised debate: When is the Tory leadership debate and how can I watch it? Tonight's debate will begin at 8pm and will be broadcasted for 90 minutes, finishing at 9.30pm. Sky News will be broadcasting the debate in a special programme called 'The Battle for Number 10'. The programme can be caught on Sky channel 501, Virgin Media channel 602 and Freeview channel 233. The debate will also be streamed live on Sky News' YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter accounts. Read next: Vile thug throttled girlfriend and held pillow over her face after convincing her to take him back Owner left heartbroken after 'timid and loving' therapy dog is viciously mauled on walk outside apartment block Former trustees of troubled Moss Side charity banned by the Charity Commission Estate agent was allegedly battered in hotel by rugby star boyfriend who died of a heart attack during the assault Warning after young man climbs Salford Quays bridge in 'incredibly dangerous' stunt