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UK PM - Rishi Sunak    Conservative's view

Started 26-Oct by NewsFrea1; 1265 views.
Guard101

From: Guard101

9-Nov

Rishi Sunak says he regrets appointing Gavin Williamson after Keir Starmer calls former minister a ‘pathetic bully’ – live
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2022/nov/09/rishi-sunak-gavin-williamson-resignation-keir-starmer-pmqs-uk-politics-live
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THE FEUD HAD ITS DAY

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Guard101

From: Guard101

9-Nov

Gavin Williamson said late on Tuesday he was stepping down after media reported that colleagues had accused him of bullying, with one saying he told a government official to "slit your throat".

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Guard101

From: Guard101

9-Nov

UK's Rishi Sunak says he regrets making Williamson a minister.

LONDON (Reuters) -British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said on Wednesday that he regretted giving a ministerial role to Gavin Williamson who resigned on Tuesday after claims that he bullied colleagues.

"I obviously regret appointing someone who has had to resign in these circumstances," Sunak said during the weekly Prime Minister's Questions session in parliament.

Opposition Labour Party leader Keir Starmer called Williamson a "pathetic bully" and challenged Sunak over his decision to appoint him. Sunak, who took office late October as Britain's third prime minister in two months, has also faced criticism for re-appointing Suella Braverman as interior minister just days after she was fired by his predecessor for security breaches.

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/uks-rishi-sunak-says-he-regrets-making-williamson-a-minister/ar-AA13URTh

Not a (Pinck0)

From: Not a (Pinck0)

21-Nov

Are the inner feuds starting already?  smile_cat

Guard101

From: Guard101

22-Nov

Not sure, I'll have to look it up soon... 

Sunak, who has met international partners including the US president, Joe Biden, and the French president, Emmanuel Macron, during his first month in office, as well as travelling to Ukraine, is generally regarded at home as lacking a vision on foreign policy.

Both of his immediate predecessors, Boris Johnson and Liz Truss, held the role of foreign secretary before taking over at Downing Street so had some experience of global affairs. Sunak, meanwhile, was chancellor during the pandemic and the early months of the cost of living crisis.

NewsFrea1

From: NewsFrea1

7-Dec

Let us follow these words as a hopeful idea.~ and such! 

  • Edited 07 December 2022 9:04  by  NewsFrea1
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