Hacking fears delay UK’s Conservative leadership vote
Updated 2 hours ago ·
Published on 3 Aug 2022 8:00PM ·
VOTING in Britain’s Conservative party leadership election has been delayed after government cyber experts raised concerns over potential hacking of members’ ballots.
The delay might benefit Rishi Sunak, who trails in polls of Tory members against Liz Truss in the race to succeed Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and is hoping to claw back ground in a campaigning blitz.
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