Sunak. And what happens next?

Just now, the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom was announced – former Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, after the retreat of many competitors, successfully entered No. 10 Downing Street and became the first Prime Minister of Indian descent in the United Kingdom.

BBC: Sunak becomes UK’s first Asian prime minister

The Times: Sunak tells Conservatives: Unite or die

The Guardian: Sunak warns Britain will face severe economic challenges, and he promises to be an honest prime minister

The descendants of the Indians became the prime ministers of the British, which is quite a bit of anti-customer-oriented and anti-export. Coincidentally, today is Diwali, the festival of lights in India, so the Indian people are also happy.

Reuters: Indians rejoice as new PM Sunak offers Diwali blessings

Also happy, there is the BBC anchor. Just last night, Master Bao, who was preparing to enter the palace for the second time, retreated, making Sunak a steady victory today. The anchor was happily announcing the news of Xiao Chuan’s exit, and the picture was cut.

In this way, in less than two months, the British government has changed another group of people, but in order to avoid excessive adjustment, Hunter should still continue to be the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Suella Braverman, the Home Secretary who resigned last week, is likely to return to renew his post. , and Penny Mordaunt, who competed with Sunak until the last minute, may become foreign minister.

In his first Prime Minister’s speech, Sunak succinctly stated that “Britain is a great country, but it faces a serious crisis”.

“I want to fix our economy, unite the Conservative Party, and benefit the country,” Sunak tweeted.

Just a few months ago, when he resigned to force Boris, he mentioned the severe challenges facing the UK in his resignation letter:

Our country is facing immense challenges. We both want a low-tax, high-growth economy, and world class public services, but this can only be responsibly delivered if we are prepared to work hard, make sacrifices and take difficult decisions. (Our country There are serious challenges ahead. We all want to see a low-tax, high-growth economy, and world-class public services, but to achieve this vision responsibly, hard work, a certain amount of sacrifice, and difficult decisions are inevitable. )

I firmly believe the public are ready to hear that truth. Our people know that if something is too good to be true then it’s not true. They need to know that whlist there is a path to a better future, it is not an easy one (I firmly believe that the people are ready to face reality. The people of our country know that if a thing is too good to be true, it must not be true. The people need to know that the road to a better future is not so Easy to go.)

Looking back now, the UK has indeed been throwing money wildly for two years ~ wool comes from sheep. If Sunak’s road to prime minister can at least last longer than the shelf life of a cabbage, then the UK under his leadership is indeed Have to tighten the belt for a few years.

Reuters: What exactly is the “pharmacy” that Sunak opened for the UK?

economy

At present, the UK faces a “double attack” of rising interest rates and a recession. Britain also needs to restore its credibility with international investors after the previous leadership’s rash mini-budget.

At the same time, the Russian-Ukrainian war further pushed up the cost of energy and food, thereby increasing the pressure on people’s lives~
To sum up: there are many problems, and each solution may make other problems more serious >_<

To balance a budget shortfall exacerbated by rising borrowing costs due to the crisis, Sunak will likely need to cut spending and raise taxes. On October 31, Sunak or Treasurer Hunter will further explain this.

At the same time, winter is coming, and the government is obliged to help those most affected by austerity to tide over the difficulties… Then another money-spending plan.

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What everyone can’t forget is that – due to the cost of Covid-19… the UK is under the heaviest tax pressure since the 1950s.

As for how long the high taxes will last… Sunak, criticizing the boastful small budget, pointed out that “it should be after the UK has brought inflation under control”, and said that by 2029, the income tax will be reduced from 20% to 16% %.

politics

Analysts pointed out that the serious division of opinion within the Conservative Party is one of the key reasons for the departure of Master Bao and Truss. If Sunak does not solve this problem, he will not escape the end of the game.

The two most divided topics are Brexit and economic policy.

Needless to say about Brexit~ Even if it has already left the EU, there are still irreconcilable hard-leavers, soft-leavers and other factions in the Conservative Party. And the negotiations between the UK and the EU are still not over, so every time a meeting is needed to discuss, there are always different limbs and trunks.

Sunak, himself a staunch Brexiteer, is still seen by some on the right as too sympathetic to the EU.

On economic policy, some in the Conservative Party are vehemently opposed to tax hikes; others oppose spending cuts in key areas such as health and defence. How to reduce the impact of austerity policies on votes is also a difficult problem Sunak needs to solve.

migrant

Although Sunak reiterated that he was proud of his second-generation immigrant status whenever he was free, he was indeed a staunch supporter of immigration reduction plans. The government under his leadership will retain plans to deport illegal immigrants to Rwanda.

At the same time, he raised the possibility of “taking the UK out of the European Court of Human Rights” during his summer party campaign. And the European Court of Human Rights, the body that has been blocking plans for Rwandan refugee camps.

In this way, Sunak, who is from an immigrant family, will stand on the opposite side of a considerable number of immigrant voters and liberals.

For the above three problems, Sunak’s current solution is: unity. Unite or die, not just the Conservative Party, but the whole country.

As for the new officer’s plan, we will follow up with you further.

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