Wendy Morton, transport minister is likely to be the main whip as Nadhim Zahavi is under threat up to run Cabinet, and Brandon Lewis, former Northern Ireland secretary expected to become justice secretary.
Rishi Sunaka team they say they carried out significantly less work on the creation of a ministerial team, given his position significantly behind his rival in polls.
But an ally of in former the chancellor told supporters of Mr Sunak was ‘genuinely skeptical’ of polls show Ms. Truss far ahead of his rival, insisting that he still has a “very thin build”. chance” of shock win.
Allies of Mr Sunak said Ms Truss should “treat him properly” if she becomes prime minister and not sent to exile for years on back benches. “She can’t behave like Boris did in 2019,” said one ally. “She didn’t get [support from] that many deputies is another environment when Boris won. She can’t act like terrorist”.
But the Foreign Minister team believe that Mr. Sunak actually ran himself out of a government post when he said “One thing I reflected on a little in government and cabinet [is] you are real need Agree on in big things because it’s hard, I found if not.
“I would not want get into a situation like what again”.
In an interview with The Telegraph, Dominic Raab, supporter of Mr Sunak who he is expected to lose post as Minister of Justice, admits that he has a “50/50” chance of having lost his now marginal seat in Surrey on next elections – but insists that he will not go up seat in house of Lords.
Also writing in The Telegraph, Sir Keir Starmer, Labor leader, instructs of his probable line of attack in new leader first Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday, stating “No sign that either Rishi Sunak or Liz Truss caught the scale of what facing us not to mention that he has the answers to it.
He adds: “The center does not hold. Things seem to fall apart.”
In her article, Ms. Truss promises to “accept on whatever you keep us back”, stating: “The consequences of the pandemic and Putin’s war came as an exceptional shock to our economy and revealed long-standing problems.
“We must act differently so that the country back on track and get through these difficult times that’s why I became our next prime minister”.
She is adds: “I will take drastic measures to ensure families and businesses can survive this winter and next.
“If the election I plan for first a week of my new administration set out our immediate action on bills for electricity and energy supply. Fiscal event would follow later this month from my chancellor, with wider package of action on in economy”.