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Senior Tories warn: if we can’t offer policies to win over young, we’re ‘sunk’

Rishi Sunak has been told his next manifesto must prioritise net zero and help renters if the party wants the under-40s to vote for it

Read more: how Tories can boost their image with under-40s

Senior Tories are urging Rishi Sunak to use his next manifesto to address their party’s alarming unpopularity among younger voters, amid increasing concern that the Conservatives could be “sunk” without urgent action to win over the under-40s.

With mounting anxiety among moderate Tories that the party is failing to prioritise policies on net zero and help for renters that could attract younger voters, Tom Tugendhat, the cabinet minister who is among the figureheads of the party’s liberal wing, has become one of the most senior figures to publicly urge a rethink.

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