Watch: Suella Braverman apologises for Conservative Party acting ‘entitled’ as she secures seat

Suella Braverman issued an apology to the public for the Conservative Party's performance over the last 14 years after securing a seat in the 2024 General Election.

After winning the newly-created Fareham and Waterlooville constituency, Ms Braverman said: "I want to briefly address the results around the country, and there’s only one thing I can say... sorry. I’m sorry,"

"The Great British people voted for us over 14 years and we did not keep our promises... we acted like we were entitled to your votes," she added.

The former Home Secretary had been fighting to be re-elected in the new constituency in Hampshire following changes to parliamentary boundaries.

Ms Braverman was sacked in late 2023 by Rishi Sunak after she defied No 10 over an article accusing the Metropolitan Police of bias in the policing of pro-Palestine protests.