British Pm Race: Rishi Sunak Share His Views On Tax And Boris Johnson In First Uk Pm Race Debate
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Indian-origin Rishi Sunak, who is leading the race for the post of Prime Minister of Britain, took part in the first televised debate on Friday. In this, he shared his views on the tax and related schemes in Britain. During the TV debate, he opposed the pledge of his rivals competing for loans and more loans. To get out of inflation you have to be honest, he said. There is no plan to borrow to get out of it. It is worth noting that apart from Indian-origin Rishi Sunak, Penny Mordant, Tom Tugendhat, Cami Badenoch and Liz Truss are in the race for Britain’s PM.
What did Sunak say in the first TV debate?
During this, Rishi Sunak also said that he will take difficult decisions to increase the country’s treasury. During the debate, he also supported increasing national insurance for health and social care to increase Britain’s national wealth. He said that this was a good measure to increase the national exchequer, but in the present circumstances promising tax cuts is like a fairy tale.
statement on the honesty of boris johnson
When asked about PartyGate during the TV debate, all five candidates admitted that Johnson was not completely honest on Downing Street parties. However, all the candidates gave long statements on this issue. Tom Tugendhat was declared the winner with 36 percent of the vote for the best performance at the end of the 90-minute TV debate. After him, Sunak got 24 percent votes on the second number. Now all five candidates will have another televised debate on Sunday before the third round of voting on Monday.
Significantly, so far Indian-origin Rishi Sunak has been at the fore in the race to become the Prime Minister of Britain. Two phases of voting have been done to become PM, now the third round of voting will be held on Monday. The Conservative Party currently holds the majority in the UK. Due to which the process of choosing the Prime Minister is going on within the party itself.
Rishi Sunak was ashamed
Indian-origin Rishi Sunak, who is leading the race for the post of Prime Minister of Britain, had to be embarrassed in the first televised debate. Actually, behind the place where he was sitting, there was a banner of his election campaign campaign. The campaign’s spelling was wrong on that banner. As soon as the eyes of the users watching this debate live on social media fell on him, they drew Sunak’s attention to this mistake. Sunak was embarrassed at this.