People saying Rishi Sunak Come Back as Liz Truss fails to control inflation

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People saying Rishi Sunak Come Back as Liz Truss fails to control inflation

LondonIndian-origin British politician and former chancellor Rishi Sunak lost the Prime Minister’s race last month, but his popularity still remains in the public. Britain is the country which is currently troubled by rising inflation and in such a situation, Prime Minister Liz Truss is not able to live up to their expectations. Now the public is saying, ‘Rishi Sunak comeback’ and this campaign is gaining momentum before the Parliament session begins. Parliament session in Britain is going to start from 11 October.

leaders regret choosing truss
According to experts, now many leaders of the Conservative Party are also regretting their choice. He says that within a few days of taking over the chair, the truss has brought the economy to its knees. The situation has worsened so much that the Central Bank of Britain, the Bank of England, had to intervene. Many are demanding that the Truss will have to remove its Finance Minister Kawasi Quarting and his role is uncertain. What is most important is the truth of Sunak’s prophecy. Some leaders have even given an ultimatum to Truss that they will have to bring Sunak back.

Sunak’s prediction came true
During the debate in August, Sunak had expressed apprehensions that if the threat of losing market confidence in the British economy was ignored, then a major crisis could arise. He had told that those who had bet against the UK government’s debt and had given loans for a short time, have started to back down. Sunak had said that by the end of September, the country may see bad results and the economy may collapse.

In an interview to the Financial Times, Sunak had said that the truss has made promises of unfunded expenditure and he fears that it may lead to inflation and interest rate hike. At the same time, the liability on Britain will also increase. Sunak had said how the truss has promised tax cuts and help to families who are facing costly energy.

What will Rishi Sunak do now?
After the results came last month, Rishi Sunak had said that whatever the results, he would support the Conservative government. But he had indicated that he would not like to be included in the truss cabinet. But supporters of the 42-year-old Sunak have said that Sunak should be “treated well” if Truss takes charge of 10 Downing Street. At present, Sunak is following a ‘wait and watch’ policy. It is not yet clear whether he will join the government or not. But the demand for his return is increasing day by day.

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