(ANSA) – LONDON, November 15 – The international reputation of the United Kingdom has been ‘knocked down’ this year by various changes to the British Cabinet. Conservative Prime Minister Rishi Sunak admitted this in an interview with the BBC on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia. The prime minister, who arrived in Downing Street after the failure of Boris Johnson’s successor Liz Truss National Economy Administration, stressed that “mistakes were made” and said he wanted to “make them right”. For Sunak, tax increases and spending cuts next year Thursday along with the fall fiscal maneuver are necessary to restore the country’s economic stability. And the difficult decisions that the British are waiting for will be “taken fair” and “everyone will benefit from a reduction in debt levels”. The prime minister also said that fighting inflation at record levels is his “first challenge” and he is committed to mortgages, which have increased due to the consequences of the mini-Truss maneuver in September. (Dealing).
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