Questions asked on tax and Boris Johnson’s honesty in TV debate
Britain Political Crisis: In the race to become the Prime Minister of Britain, Indian-origin Rishi Sunak has been at the forefront after two phases of voting. The Conservative Party has a majority in the UK. The process of choosing the Prime Minister is going on within the party itself. Under this, there are rounds of nomination, elimination and final selection. The elimination round is currently going on. Under this process, the last five candidates of the Conservative Party took part in the first TV debate. In which he shared his views on tax and related schemes in Britain.
Former Chancellor Rishi Sunak, who is leading the race for Britain’s prime minister, in his first TV debate, protested his rivals’ pledge to give more loans and loans. Rishi Sunak stressed during the TV debate that he is in favor of taking difficult decisions to increase the exchequer of the country. He supported increasing national insurance for health and social care to increase Britain’s national wealth. Rishi Sunak said that this was an effective measure to increase the national treasury, but now promising a cut would seem like a fairy tale.
Is Boris Johnson an honest person?
In the first 90-minute TV debate that began regarding the election of the new Prime Minister of Britain, all five candidates were asked whether Boris Johnson is an honest person or not? In response to this, everyone gave long answers. But Tom Tugendhat clearly said ‘no’ in response to this question.