Rishi Sunak faces no-holds barred political grilling from Sun readers today

RISHI Sunak will TODAY face a no-holds barred grilling from Sun readers.

You have sent in hundreds of questions for the Prime Minister ahead of his appearance on our new Never Mind the Ballots show.

Rishi Sunak will answer YOUR questions

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Rishi Sunak will answer YOUR questionsCredit: Dan Charity / The Sun
The PM will be grilled by The Sun's Political Editor, Harry Cole

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The PM will be grilled by The Sun’s Political Editor, Harry ColeCredit: Darren Fletcher – The Sun

Hot topics for Rishi include if he’ll ever achieve his pledge to stop the boats, the cost of living crisis, NHS and the state of the nation’s defences.

He will be quizzed by Political Editor Harry Cole — two weeks after Sir Keir Starmer’s own appearance on the Never Mind the Ballots show.

He will also hear from our Sun Cabinet of readers.

Last week, an exclusive poll for The Sun showed the Tories being squeezed by Labour and Reform UK, leaving them with just 24 per cent of the vote.

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Worryingly for No10, which hopes to build an election fightback based on undecided voters, eight in 10 say they are unlikely to change their minds.

Today, the PM said he only wants to hold a general election when people “feel that things are improving” in the economy.

You can watch at 7pm tomorrow on the Sun Youtube channel or thesun.co.uk

Produced by News Studios, Never Mind The Ballots airs every week on thesun.co.uk and The Sun’s YouTube channel – which has now reached nearly 5 million subscribers.

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The PM with Sun man Harry Cole at Downing Street in September last year

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The PM with Sun man Harry Cole at Downing Street in September last yearCredit: Dan Charity – The Sun
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