That is because the Tories are now a party in name only. The factional breakdown that has long threatened to overwhelm that party is now very clearly doing so. Sunak won because no faction hated him sufficiently. They do, however, hate each other, and he lacks any apparent authority to stop that.
Spud’s usual solution to this is PR, where the coalitions are made – with the same problems – after the election, not before it. Not sure how that helps TBH.
The result is non-government. In effect, we might live the next two years with little more than a token gesture administration in office, pretending to deal with issues but actually powerless to do anything within the constraints of the two party system that has forced Tory MPs to pretend that they are a united force when nothing could be further from the truth.
PR does just lead to more forceful government decision making, doesn’t it?