Literally Everyone. By now surely everyone on the planet outside of the Tory Party has worked out you can get into bed with the left but they won't respect you in the morning.
Consider the Electoral Commission. Here's an organisation that the conservative base hates for its obvious bias against the right. The Tories have been kind of, sort of, talking about reforming these guys forever while refusing to actually do anything meaningful. So naturally the Commission has announced an enquiry into the PM's curtains. Insanely insecure postal voting? Nope, nothing to see here but illegal soft furnishings? They're on it.
The PM should announce his revamp was paid for by fifty 'Asian' guys in Bradford, all living in the same terraced house.
At this point, even Charlie Brown's probably thinking these guys are kind of gullible. Lucy might have kept pulling the football away from him, but at least she didn't expect him to pay for the ball then hire her as a Football Holding Officer on £120,000 a year. Meanwhile, every Tory leader since 1990 seems to spend their time trying to win over the votes of people who would never vote Tory in a thousand years, even to the point of alienating people who might actually vote for them. Hence, the constant Lockdowns of Damocles and 'vaccine passports' aka Life Licences.
The good news for the Tories is that the opposition is even worse. On his very few public appearances, Sir Keir Shergar has been outrageously outraged about how some of the contracts were awarded early last year. The Government taking a blow torch to the constitution, continually lying to the public and implementing de facto rule by decree? Not so much.
In related news, Harold Shipman used to create bogus terminally-ill patients so he had an excuse for continuous access to lethal doses of morphine, but no one ever talks about Harold Shipman the famous fraudster.
The left had a golden opportunity to shed its reputation for authoritarianism but it's been so thoroughly hollowed out by Metro-liberalism that they're literally incapable of imagining that it's possible to support a social safety net and regulating out of control megacorps, while still being a patriotic Briton who thinks that it's no business of Sir Keir, Boris Johnson or anyone else how often he goes the pub.