The Sunak and Hunt combination is more cautious, compared to Truss and Kwarteng, but no less committed to the central project of the British ruling class, the Americanisation of the British economy and society.
The Tory leadership candidates are agreed on all essentials of policy. They are both believers in a small state, which means they are intent on further cuts to public services, outsourcing and privatisation. They also agree on a commitment to outlaw strikes. There is only a furious debate on the tactical issue of when to implement tax cuts.