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In the United Kingdom, a Conservative MP defected to the Labor camp, a blow to Rishi Sunak.

In the United Kingdom, a Conservative MP defected to the Labor camp, a blow to Rishi Sunak.

Conservative MP Don Poulter, a former health minister, told the media on Saturday April 27 that he would join Labor, representing a fresh snub to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, already trailing in the polls for the assembly elections.

Mr. Boulder made the announcement Newspaper the observerSunday edition of the newspaper Guardian. Labor leader Keir Starmer wrote On that day He was happy with that“Welcome MP Don Poulter”.

Asking the head of government to hold the legislative assembly elections, Mr ” soon “He attributed his decision to problems faced by the National Health Service (NHS), the public health service where he worked as a doctor in the past. “It is clear to me that only Labor has the will and confidence to restore and reform the NHS”He said the observerAccording to comments published on the website of Guardian.

Labor leads the Tories in the polls

“That's why we need a Labor government, and that's why I think Keir Starmer should lead that government as the next prime minister.”He added Poulter, an MP representing a constituency in South East England.

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The Prime Minister's Conservative Party is ahead of Labor in the polls for this year's expected general election.

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