RishiSunak-Is that so? Or will he return to number 10? (Image: Ian Forsyth / Getty)
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Former Prime Minister odds are 20 / 1-3 / within hours of his decision to resign from the Boris Johnson administration. It dropped to 1. Change needs to happen. Sources have confirmed that he has been maneuvering for weeks to set up a potential leadership organization. The senior minister toldExpress.co.uk: He is preparing for a while now.
Mr. Snack was the country's beloved after helping to sort out the predicament and relief during the blockade.
But his star fell after he brought in a national insurance hike and a corporate tax hike.
Then the revelations that his wife avoided paying taxes legally when he was infuriating Tory lawmakers by raising taxes seemed to end his ambitions. It looked like.
However, the senior minister said: "There is no doubt that he will be a major candidate. People need to forget what was said before."
RedWall MP tellsExpress.co.uk: I'm telling you. "Rishi definitely has a pole position because he resigned first.
" It makes him look like a sincere person while his main rivals are still sticking to Boris.
"This government is dead."
But Mr Snack was soon at the center of a briefing battle with Downing Street, where the government brought tax cuts. Claimed to be him.
One source said: Without him, the prime minister could proceed with tax cuts.
Another suggested that Mr Snack would have been fired for a mod and "jumped before he was pushed."
Meanwhile, Loyalist MP Michael Fabricant accused Sunak and Sajid Javid, who resigned from the Minister of Health two minutes ago, for "collusion."
Speculation that the two could run as tickets in a campaign coordinated by Snack's best friend, former chairman Oliver Dowden, who left the government after a devastating by-election. had.
However, backbenchers still question whether Mr. Snack is the person who provides the conservative agenda that many are coveted.
One Red Waller said: Personally, I'm still too worried about his economic outlook!
Sunak is now a "competitor" to one major party donor who funded 20 Tory lawmakers directly but withheld his money after anger at Partygate. I agreed.
Mr Snack told the Prime Minister that he needed to make a change.
In his resignation, he states:
"I'm aware that this may be my last minister's job, but I believe these standards are worth the fight, and that's why I'm resigning. Yes. "
In a letter to Mr. Snack, the Prime Minister thanked him for his service.