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md Mukter
Jul 28, 2022
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May in the Prime Minister's Office. In February 2020, the post-Brexit political earthquake and the new crown epidemic ensued one after another. Sajid Javid, the former finance minister who has been in bad harmony with the Prime Minister and the phone database Prime Minister's think tank, lost the game with No. 10 Downing Street and was forced to resign. K took over. The Guardian reported in February that former Treasurer Javid made the boldest tax cut and spending plan in 15 years in the autumn of 2021, and Johnson did not think it was bold enough. Johnson wants to see an expansionary budget that spurs immediate economic growth, including tax cuts and increased infrastructure spending. Sunak, who was initially a staunch supporter of Johnson, resigned in the spring and summer of 2022, saying his views and stance on economic affairs had created "fundamental differences" with the prime minister. After his resignation, many senior officials of the Johnson government immediately followed suit and announced their resignation. Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak Photo Credit: BBC News Elite Education Sunak's parents immigrated to the UK from East Africa, both of Indian descent. My father is a general practitioner and my mother runs her own independent pharmacy. Born in Southampton, England, he grew up watching his father serve the community and admired his dedication to the community. While helping out at his mother's pharmacy, Sunak took his first business management class. Sunak received a British aristocratic education. After graduating from Winchester, he went to Oxford to study philosophy, politics and economics. After graduating from an undergraduate degree, he went to Stanford University, one of the Ivy League universities in the United States, to read an MBA. While studying at Stanford, Sunak met his current wife, Adshata Murthy. Her father is Narayana Murthy, an Indian billionaire and
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