It’s snakes and ladders in the Tory Party. As Rishi Sunak slumps to his lowest-ever approval rating among Conservative members in a new poll, Business Secretary and leadership hopeful Kemi Badenoch is back on top of the Tory table. The Prime Minister’s rating of -27.7% is the second-lowest among the Cabinet, pipped only by relatively unknown Illegal Immigration Minister Michael Tomlinson. Badenoch’s +56.2% means that she overtakes previous league leader Penny Mordaunt, a promising sign ahead of a probable leadership contest involving both politicians after the election.

The overall picture is pretty bleak, though. This is the first time there have been 12 Cabinet ministers with negative ratings, including Chancellor Jeremy Hunt, Foreign Secretary Lord Cameron and Housing Minister Michael Gove. So it seems as though the 2010 Tories aren’t popular. Who knew?