New Prime Minister United kingdomAnd the Rishi SunakThis Wednesday, he defended the British Parliament for Soyla Braverman returns as Head of the Interior MinistryAfter what Resigned due to a security “mistake” under the jurisdiction of Liz Truss.
The Home Secretary did the right thing and so I’m happy to welcome her back because It will provide stabilityAsked by opposition and Labor leader Keir Starmer whether Braverman was right to resign, Sunak said.
Sunak made the comments in his first observation session in the House of Commons after he became UK Prime Minister on Tuesday. The King Charles III entrusted him this Tuesday that Formation of a new government And after warning him in his first speech about ‘Deep economic crisis’ Facing the country, your age presented his governmentwhich includes experienced profiles, including Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of the Treasury chosen by Les Truss who – which He retains his position under the new mandate.
It will focus on “fighting crime and defending our borders”.
A month and a half after becoming Home Secretary in the Truss government, Braverman submitted her resignation in order to Email Security Error entrusted.
“I sent an official document from my personal email to a fellow parliamentarian (…). This is a technical violation of the rules. You made a mistake. I accept my responsibility. WithdrawBraverman said in a statement.
In his first observation session as prime minister, Sunak asserted that the interior minister “misjudged, but admitted her mistake and accepted it.” “The Minister will focus on Fight crime and defend our borders, While the opposition continues to advocate unlimited immigration and crime.”
Labor questioned the Concern for “national security” The Liberal Democrats demanded an investigation into the appointment. “If Suella Braverman is confirmed to have repeatedly violated the Ministerial Act and threatens national security, she should be withdrawn,” said Alistair Carmichael, a Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman, Alistair Carmichael.
The long-awaited announcement of the financial plan has been postponed
The new tenant in 10 Downing Street insisted Their priority is the economy and that his government should “take Complex decisions to restore economic stability and confidence“.” In moments of difficulty, I will Always protect the most vulnerable. I will always defend the values and principles of this country.”
The prime minister had announced that the Economy Minister, Jeremy Hunt, would introduce the economic measures “in the coming weeks” and that his chief executive would “restore economic stability. With fairness and appropriate measures“.
During his short tenure, Truss devised an economic plan that included a Historic tax cut in the country to deal with high inflation and that Causing turmoil in the financial marketsforcing the former prime minister now to backtrack And the dismissal of Finance Minister Kwasi Koarting, who was replaced by Hunt.
Already as head of economics, Hunt realized that Truss tax plan contained ‘mistakes’ It will be corrected in a new version It was scheduled to be announced on October 31. However, this Wednesday, Hunt stated that the announcement of the new tax plan It has been postponed until November 17th so that reflects The most accurate economic forecast possible.
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– HM Treasury (hmtreasury) October 26 2022
The Minister of Economy confirmed that the financial statement will be a “full autumn announcement” showing the debt fall in the medium term. “Our first priority is economic stability (…). It is also very important that the statement be based on the most accurate financial and economic forecasts possible. It is for this reason that the Prime Minister and I have decided that it is wise to make this statement on November 17.”
Sunak reimposes ban on hydraulic fracturing
In Parliament, the British leader was asked about hydraulic fracturing and confirmed he supports a commitment in the 2019 Conservative Party manifesto on the subject, which states that “They will not support hydraulic fracturing Unless science definitively shows that it can be done safely.”
During his short term, Truss lifted a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, arguing that boosting Britain’s energy supply was a priority. Hours before Truss handed in his resignation, his government won a contentious House of Commons vote on hydraulic fracturing that saw chaotic scenes and It led to accusations of coercion to prevent a rebellion among the conservatives.
After Green Party MP Caroline Lucas asked the new prime minister if he would reinstate the fracking ban, Sunak replied, “We will stick to what we said at the COP because we care deeply about leaving our children behind.” The environment is in better shape than we are“.
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