Three months ago, Rishi Sunak gave his first speech as Prime Minister outside No 10, boldly announcing that his government would, “have integrity, professionalism and accountability at every level”.

All that seems very remote now. First we had the outcry over Suella Braverman’s reappointment as Home Secretary. This was followed by the Gavin Williamson bullying scandal.

Then a week later, attention turned to Dominic Raab, who was accused of creating a “culture of fear” during his stint as Justice Secretary.

This was followed by allegations that Tory peer Baroness Mone, had received millions from the profits of a PPE firm she recommended to ministers.

Now the Prime Minister faces calls to sack Nadhim Zahawi after it emerged that the Tory chairman paid a penalty to HMRC over unpaid tax while serving as Chancellor.

We also have calls for an investigation into claims that Richard Sharp, the current chair of the BBC helped Boris Johnson arrange a guarantee on an £800,000 loan weeks before the then PM recommended him for his new role.

The British public are sick to of stories like these from Rishi Sunak and the Conservatives.

It’s no wonder that people increasingly feel that self-serving cronyism is at the very heart of our government.

Rishi Sunak and his ministers are failing to tackle the cost of living crisis and refuse to admit that the NHS, social care and other key public services are in complete crisis on their watch. Enough is enough now, roll on the general election!

Sorie Sesay