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“Will take difficult decisions, correct mistakes…”Rishi Sunak UK PM

“Will take difficult decisions, correct mistakes…”Rishi Sunak UK PM

42-year-old Indian-born Rishi Sunak became the new Prime Minister of Britain. Sunak reached Buckingham Palace and met King Charles. King appointed him as the Prime Minister of Britain. From Buckingham Palace, Rishi reached 10 Downing Street. Here he gave his first address to the country as Prime Minister.

Rishi Sunak has met King Charles at Buckingham Palace. Now Sunak has become Britain’s first Indian-origin prime minister. Earlier, Liz Truss, who resigned as prime minister after only 44 days in power.

In his first address after being appointed as the Prime Minister of Britain, Sunak said, “Our country is facing a serious economic crisis, difficult decisions will be taken”.

Outside the prime minister’s official residence 10 Downing Street, Sunak said he would sympathetically deal with the serious economic crisis facing the country and lead an “honest, professional and accountable” government.

Sunak said he had been elected leader of the Conservative Party and prime minister to “correct the mistakes” made by his predecessor, Liz Truss. “That work is being started immediately,” he said.

He said that during his tenure as minister, he did everything he could to “protect the common people and businesses” through schemes like ‘furlough’.

Sunak said, “I will try to deal with the challenges we face today in the same sympathetic manner.” were incapacitated.”

Sunak said, ‘I will unite my country not by words, but by deeds. I will work day and night for you. Together we can achieve incredible things.

Sunak assumed power at a time when Britain is grappling with issues such as slow growth, high inflation, rising energy prices in the wake of the Ukraine war and a budget deficit that has undermined the country’s financial credibility internationally. Is.

His first task would be to restore Britain’s international financial credibility, as outgoing Prime Minister Liz Truss’ plans to cut taxes and an expensive energy price guarantee rattled the bond market. It would have no choice but to raise tax rates and cut spending, which would be unpopular and could have unpredictable political consequences.


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