UK: PM Rishi Sunak’s warning in New Year’s message, said – all the problems of Britain will not go away in 2023
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak warned in his first New Year message on Saturday that not all of Britain’s problems will be solved by the end of a difficult 2023.
Sunak took over as Prime Minister in late October following turmoil within the ruling Conservative Party. Recalling his opening speech on the steps of Downing Street, he reiterated his promise to continue working.
Sunak said, I am not going to pretend that all our problems will go away in the new year. But 2023 will give Britain the best chance to perform on the world stage, defending freedom and democracy.
The Indian-origin British Prime Minister said in his video message on the ongoing war in Ukraine, Russia launched a ‘barbaric’ and ‘illegal’ aggression against Ukraine at the same time as we recovered from an unprecedented global pandemic.
It (the Russia-Ukraine war) has had a profound economic impact around the world, Sunak said. Britain is also no exception to this. I know many of you have felt its impact at home as well. That’s why this government has taken fair decisions to bring borrowing and debt under control. It is because of these decisions that we have been able to help those most vulnerable to the rising cost of electricity bills.
In his New Year’s message, Sunak promised Britain’s best performance in the coming months, as he pledged continued support for Ukraine and the coronation of King Charles III on 6 May as a unifying force for the country. as presented.
“Three months ago I stood on the steps of Downing Street and I promised that I would continue to work on the things that matter most to you,” he said. Since then this government has taken decisive action to support our NHS (National Health Service) with record resources.
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