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‘Enough is enough’… know what Indian sage Sunak said during the debate in Britain?

Britain Tory Leadership Debate: In Britain, there is a ruckus about the race for the post of PM. Indian-born Rishi Sunak is at the forefront of the contenders for the post of PM. Meanwhile, during the Tory Leadership Debate in Britain, Rishi Sunak has revealed why he resigned from Boris Johnson’s government. During the debate, he said that he had thought a lot before resigning, but he felt that enough was enough.

Rishi Sunak, who is leading the race for the post of PM, said that there is no doubt that I have personally disagreed with the Prime Minister. Apart from Rishi Sunak, Penny Mordaunt, Tom Tugendhat, Cami Badenoch and Liz Truss are all in the race.

Candidates clash over tax in TV debate

During a televised debate in Britain, the last five candidates in the race for the Conservative leadership were seen fighting over their tax plans. Former UK finance minister Rishi Sunak dismissed promises of tax cuts by his rivals as an unrestricted rush to borrow and more debt. At the same time, during this, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said that you cannot choose your own path to development.

What did Penny Mordant and Sunak say?

Apart from this, Penny Mordant, a candidate in the race for PM during the debate, said that people now need help and this is not possible without a change in the tax burden. Rishi Sunak insisted that he had taken the right and tough decisions regarding the Treasury, such as increasing the national insurance for health and social care. Now the promise of tax cuts is like a fairy tale.

The next round of voting will be held on July 18

In a 90-minute debate on TV channels in Britain, the candidates involved in the PM’s race were also asked whether Boris Johnson is an honest person or not? It was the first of three televised debates facing contestants in the race to become the leader of the Conservative Party and the next prime minister of Britain. The performance of candidates in Friday’s debate could affect the way Conservative MPs vote on Monday, July 18.

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