TE24 International Desk:
Conservative rivals Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss, who offer competing answers to Britain’s multiple crises, will become the next prime minister within weeks after party lawmakers vote on Wednesday. Will be a double.
The ex-treasury secretary snack is a centrist offering financial confidence in the Tories’ fifth and final round of financial confidence with a renewed promise of integrity after the disgraceful tenure of retired leader Boris Johnson.
He led the field again with 137 votes in the round. Secretary of State Truss, Secretary of Commerce Penny Mordant, narrowly won the second-place match by 113 to 105 votes.
Snacks and Truss are currently suing Conservative members, who will become the new leader and prime minister in the next six weeks after dozens of Hastings and several televised debates across the country. will be decided.
The result will be declared on 5th September. But it is already certain that Britain will have its first or third female prime minister.
As Britain grapples with its worst cost-of-living crisis in decades due to the pandemic, Ukraine and the Brexit war, “we need to restore confidence, rebuild the economy and reunify the country.”
Snacks after winning. Based on a recent survey of team members, Truss, who likes to beat the bookmakers’ snacks, said he was “not happy at all.”
“I believe that tax cuts and open opportunities will help Britain achieve the economic growth it needs,” he said. “And it will also help us make the next election.”
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Snick’s resignation as Treasury secretary this month helped oust Johnson after months of scandals including “party gate” and what Downing Street called “non-responsible.” It is reported that “everyone” is campaigning.
Earlier at the last Prime Minister’s Questions in Congress, Johnson bid farewell with the words, “See you in hell, baby!” With a touch of support for
On Truss’ Sakarit platform, he told his successor, “To make it a good place to live and invest, lower taxes and lift regulations if possible.” I have requested you.
Johnson urged his candidates to continue their outspoken support for Ukraine and to “stay close to the Americans.” Bookmaker’s favourite
Mordant was weakened after losing to Truss right winger Chemie Badenoch on Tuesday. Dr Mordant, a supporter of former minister David Davies, accused Truss of voting to deal with the snack spread.
“He wants to fight Liz because he’ll lose an argument with her,” he told LBC radio. Earlier a YouGov poll was published
The poll showed that Snacks was not the most attractive candidate for members, despite their popularity with their peers.
The BBC and Sky News will host a live TV debate between the first pair on Monday, allowing for other potential clashes before party members’ mail ballots close on September 2. According to a quick poll, snacks won the previous two debates. The second is characterized by a complete collision with the truss.
Twelve Hustings, before becoming the first member in Leeds, Northern England next Thursday, will take candidates to every corner of the UK, including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The Conservative Party claims to have about 200,000 members
Snacks has waned since its popularity at the grassroots raised questions about its family’s tax system and inflation soared to a new 40-year high of 9.4% in June.
In a new policy announcement, Sunak set “ambitious new plans to make Britain energy independent by 2045” to prevent future energy-related inflation after gas prices spiked after Russia’s war in Ukraine. I promised “a plan”.
Meanwhile, the Truss has promised many tax cuts “from day one”. The candidates have different climate policies, and Truss has promised to scrap so-called “green taxes” on the energy bill that support the renewable energy sector, but Snacks has vowed to keep them.
Johnson announced on July 7 that he would resign as Conservative leader after the government revolted in protest at the scandal-hit government.
In Britain’s parliamentary system, the leader of the largest political party is the prime minister, who can change his term without calling a general election.
Johnson’s departure was sparked after the Labor stormer accused Tory candidates of “fantasy economics”.
“He’s an absolute bullsitter and I think he’s been discovered,” he noted in a podcast to former Labor prime minister Tony Blair’s former screenwriter Alastair Campbell, specifically about “Party Gate.” ..