Rishi Sunak

During a conference call last week, Rishi Sunak’s expression suddenly turned angry in a Downing Street office lit by chandeliers and a large television.
On the condition of anonymity, two present parties revealed that the UK prime leader grumbled to close colleagues that his government never receives credit for making difficult decisions in the public good. Sunak continued: His emphasis on combating inflation was preventing calamity with little political upside, they claimed, and he had picked up the pieces after his predecessor Liz Truss drove the UK economy to the verge of collapse.