UK, Sunak: ‘From my first day in office as Prime Minister, I will implement a crisis plan’
Rishi Sunak intends to implement the UK’s “crisis plan” from his first day as Prime Minister. Former Treasury Secretary And a candidate for the leadership of the Conservative Party spoke in an interview with “The Times” about how the UK is dealing with a national emergency, including with regard to the economy, the National Health System (NHS) and immigration. According to Sunak, it will be necessary to meet the challenges “that will appear before us”. “Since I was in the government, I think the system is not working as it should. The conservative leader said the challenges I’m talking about are not abstract. What worries me is inflation, which is becoming more and more entrenched,” Sunak said. It is true for millions of people across the UK. The conservative leader said the cost to families would be enormous.
Sunak noted that the government has failed to ensure border security, as more than 15,000 migrants have crossed the English Channel this year. For this reason, the former chancellor pledged to implement the government’s policy of sending migrants to Rwanda and to “firmly” address the legal challenges. Sunak also claimed his relationship with the French president Emmanuel Macron will be more constructive than Boris JohnsonThis makes it possible to make progress in addressing the problem of migratory flows.
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