Andy Maciver

Is Sunak winning over Scottish voters with his petrol ban delay?

(Photo by NEIL HANNA/AFP via Getty Images)

Fewer than one in five Scots can reliably be expected to vote for the Conservative party, but a poll this weekend showed that well over half are in favour of his delay on the banning of the sale of new petrol and diesel cars. In rural areas, much of which is still considered SNP territory, this is nearer 70 per cent.

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