Rishi Sunak’s handling of fresh claims facing Suella Braverman will test his political skills to the full

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RISHI Sunak has been surefooted since being thrust into Downing Street. But Sunak’s handling of the slew of fresh claims facing Suella Braverman will test his political skills to the full.

He will be disappointed that the Home Secretary has so quickly ended up with the embarrassing nickname Leaky Su.

Rishi Sunak’s problem got worse yesterday amid the fall-out of Russian hacking of messages on Liz Truss’s personal mobile.

Left-wing newspapers with a track record of exposing highly sensitive material will be desperate to get their hands on them — if they haven’t already.

Being security-conscious should be a basic requirement of ministers.

But, astonishingly, former MI6 chief Sir Alex Younger warns they need “re-educating” about cyber threats.

Shamefully, poorly handled WhatsApp messages and emails are aiding Moscow in wartime while providing an unnecessary domestic distraction for Mr Sunak.

Ms Braverman’s apparent carelessness has made her a target for those against her tough stance on illegal migration.

Our new PM is already ahead of Labour’s Sir Keir Starmer in the polls when it comes to leadership skills.

The cops handwringing over these road-blocking protesters being dragged away by members of the public are similarly detached from reality.

What neither group seems to understand is that if delivery drivers, for example, can’t make a drop-off on time, they might not get paid, at a time when workers are struggling to feed their families and keep them warm.

The near-anarchy of the middle-class halfwits obstructing traffic won’t stop until they are properly punished.

Eco-warriors know they only face a day in the cells followed by a paltry fine at court, then they’re straight back out glueing their heads to works of art.

But have your car broken into or your home ransacked by a burglar and there is only a vanishingly small chance of the culprits being caught.

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