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Indian Origin Rishi Sunak will be the new PM of Britain?

Indian Origin Rishi Sunak will be the new PM of Britain

Ground Report | New Delhi: Rishi Sunak new PM of Britain; Indian-origin Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak is known as a bookmaker’s favorite for succeeding incumbent Boris Johnson as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. The odds are 9/4 on Sunak, according to Oddschecker, a comparison site that compiles prices from major British bookmakers.

Rishi Sunak new PM of Britain?

Liz Truss, the current Foreign Secretary, is the second favorite with 22/5. Others in the race as to betting opportunities are senior backbench MP and former Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, who fought a good fight against Johnson in a Conservative Party leadership contest in 2019. He is quoted on 11/1.

The cynic and the truce have been head-to-head in opinion polls for some time. On Wednesday, when Johnson made a conditional apology in the House of Commons for holding a drinking party at his 10 Downing Street Gardens (not because he apologized for the ceremony, but not for his presence in it or for its illegality under prevailing law), Not for) In May 2020, during the height of the COVID-19 lockdown in the UK, Truss sat next to her, often nodding her head in support of the statement. The Chancellor, on the other hand, was conspicuously absent from Parliament in the southwestern English county of Devon, 225 miles from London.

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Who is Rishi Sunak

Rishi Sunak was born in Southampton in 1980 to a GP father and a mother who ran a local pharmacy, going on to attend the specialized private school Winchester College.

In 2001, he graduated from Lincoln College, Oxford with degrees in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. He then joined Goldman Sachs, later joining the hedge fund The Children’s Investment Fund Management. Then he co-founded an investment firm.

He also served as Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Local Government in Theresa May’s second government. Sunak voted three times in favor of May’s Brexit withdrawal agreement. After May’s resignation, he supported Boris Johnson’s campaign to become Conservative leader. After Johnson was elected and became prime minister, he appointed Sunak as Chief Secretary to the Treasury. He replaced Sajid Javid after his resignation in February 2020.

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As chancellor, Sunak has played a key role in the government’s economic response to the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the country.

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