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'Inside the secret world of Mrs Sunak'
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Rishi Sunak mocked for 'excruciating' exchange with homeless man
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Sunak visited a shelter on Friday, where after a brief exchange he asked the man whether he worked in business, The Guardian reported. The man replied that he was homeless. Sunak then discussed his background in the finance industry and asked if it would be something the man would "like to get into". The man replied: "I wouldn't mind, but I don't know, I'd like to get through Christmas first," The Guardian reported.
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Braverman may cost UK PM losing next election: Former aide
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Nimco Ali, who stepped down as government's adviser on tackling violence against women last week, slammed the Indian-origin Minister's "crazy rhetoric" on the issue of immigration, which is fuelling racism.
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Threat to Rishi Sunak continuing as UK Prime Minister
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Lord Peter Cruddas, a ruling Conservative party peer in the House of Lords and one of the party's biggest recent financial donors, bluntly told The Observer: "Something's going to come to a head because the members don't want Rishi Sunak. The odds are stacked against him.
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UK, Italy, Japan team up for new fighter jet
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According to Sunak, the joint venture aims to create thousands of UK jobs and strengthen security ties, reports the BBC. The nations will develop a next generation fighter, due to enter service in the mid-2030s, that will eventually replace the Typhoon jet. It is hoped the new Tempest jet will carry the latest weapons.
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Christian Michel alleges abuse in Tihar Jail to UK Prime Minister
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A source close to the Briton corroborated that the letter dated November 5 is indeed in Michel's hand-writing. The communication is copied to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, British Home Secretary, Suella Braverman, and Michel's British lawyer Toby Cadman, among others. Sunak's office did not respond to a request from IANS to confirm receipt of the letter or react to its contents.
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Iran accuses Western officials of 'false human rights gestures'
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Nasser Kanaani made the remarks on his Twitter account after posting a screenshot of a Sky News report that British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak promised to give the British police new powers to clamp down on "illegal protests", Xinhua news agency reported.
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Golden era of UK-China ties over: Sunak
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He made the remarks while addressing Lord Mayor's Banquet in London on Monday. In his address, which was his first foreign policy speech, Sunak said: "Let's be clear, the so-called 'golden era' is over along with the naive idea that trade would automatically lead to social and political reform. But nor should we rely on simplistic Cold War rhetoric.
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