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The Conservatives currently hold 96 of the 100 most rural seats but the findings suggest the Tories may hold onto just 43, with Labour gaining 51. Potential high-profile casualties could include Jeremy Hunt and Sir Jacob Rees-Mogg.
The poll was published at the start of what could be a challenging week for Mr Sunak. His Rwanda Bill returns to the House of Lords for further scrutiny today, GDP statistics will be published on Thursday which could show the UK is in recession, and the week will finish with the crunch Wellingborough and Kingswood by-elections.
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The Conservative Party could lose more than half of its most rural seats to Labour, according to a new poll.
The Tories currently hold 96 of the 100 most rural seats in England.
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