British taxpayers’ are being hit because of Rishi Sunak’s chaotic government, from the soaring mortgage costs facing homeowners, to the countless Tory by-elections, and the billions wasted on the now scrapped northern leg of the HS2 rail line.

They’re not just squandering money either, they’re wasting our time. A full month of working days has been lost to government reshuffles, with ministerial resignations like Dominic Raab’s for bullying, sackings for outspoken Cabinet Ministers like Home Secretary Suella Braverman, and even resignations of long serving ministers like Robert Halfon. If the Tories worked as hard as the last Labour government, the country would have gained an additional 26 working days to pass new laws that improve people’s lives.

In total, 314 days will be lost because the Conservative Party is out of ideas and the Prime Minister is too chicken to call a general election. A year is a long time in politics. Governments can get a lot done if they choose to. The last Labour government introduced the minimum wage; set up devolved assemblies in Wales and Scotland that brought power directly to people; and delivered an extra £40 billion in funding for health and education, all within the space of 12 months.

Sadly, the Tories are more interested in fighting among themselves than fighting for the British people.

The full cost of chaos under Sunak, which are unveiled on a new website and bill, also include money lost from not hosting the general election on 2 May, Tory libel fees, reshuffle office revamps, and Rishi’s VIP helicopter rides. And every day that goes by these costs will mount, as Rishi’s grip of the Tory party weakens.

The only way the chaos can end is with a general election. 

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