Minister switches allegiances from Rishi Sunak to Liz Truss in the British PM race

Sir Robert Buckland says he now believes Rishi Sunak is the right person to lead the country forward . Buckland says Liz Truss's plans provide us with the best chance of achieving our full potential in a high-growth, high-productivity society .

London: Sir Robert Buckland, a senior Cabinet minister who was supporting Rishi Sunak in the UK prime ministerial election on Saturday, said he now believes that the former Chancellor was the right person to lead the country forward and that her plans are the best way to see the country reach its full potential as a high-growth, high-productivity economy, writes Robert Buckland.Members of Parliament often vote for a ministerial post in the new leaders Cabinet, and I've worked with them in government and in Cabinet, writes Robert Buckland.I have examined concepts and principles first, and personalities second.Her (Liz Truss) plans provide us with the best chance of achieving our full potential in a high-growth, high-productivity society, which we need not only to get us out of this crisis but also to protect ourselves from the next.It is in stark contrast to Rishi Sunak's remarks in a video a month earlier, when he publicly supported him: I am proud to endorse him as our next Prime Minister.

Despite the erosion of trust in politicians and the circumstances surrounding Boris Johnson's departure, being honest and consistent is extremely critical.In an interview, the senior Cabinet minister maintains that if we were to carry the country through tough times, we need a Prime Minister who has been forthcoming about the challenges ahead.In addition to resigning from his Cabinet last month and speeding up his former boss' exit from 10 Downing Street, Rishi Sunak believes the former Chancellor was wrong.According to Raab, the Justice Secretary, Liz Truss was digging deep into her Fizz for Liz (dinners with MPs) for months on end.Rishi worked hard to make the relationship with the Prime Minister work, and he explained why he couldnt stay.Raab said he was saying that as someone who was steadfastly loyal to the Prime Minister.

I was surprised to find that these things were still being heard in the 21st century.She (Murty) paid all of the tax that was due.We should be encouraging female entrepreneurs who have been as successful as her.She is a role model for women and those from ethnic-minority backgrounds who want to achieve the British dream, according to him.