Rishi Sunak calls himself the underdog and says he will fight ‘until the final whistle blows’

Rishi Sunak’s parents and his wife Akshata Murty joined him for the final stump speech of the general election campaign.

The prime minister stood for a photo with his family after giving a speech at Romsey Rugby Club, north of Southampton where he grew up on Wednesday evening (3 July).

“This underdog will fight to the final whistle,” Mr Sunak said during his last speech on the trail.

The prime minister also urged Tory activists to continue campaigning, claiming they had “urgent work to do” to “save the UK” from a Labour government.