The next Prime Minister of Britain will be Rishi Sunak or Liz Truss, it will be announced on Monday. It is being told that Liz Truss is more likely to become the next Prime Minister of Britain. Former Foreign Secretary Liz Truss seems to be getting more support than former Chancellor Rishi Sunak. The results of the election will be announced on Monday before Prime Minister Boris Johnson submits his resignation to Queen Elizabeth II.
According to the news agency AFP, there have been several debates between Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss, the prime ministerial candidate in Britain. Both showed full strength in the election campaign. Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss also made many promises. Earlier, a tough competition was being considered between the two, but now Rishi Sunak is seen lagging behind.
The candidates involved in the race for the post of PM raised these issues
It is noteworthy that Rishi Sunak and his rival Lis Truss, who are in the race for the post of Prime Minister, mainly raised the issues of inflation, fighting crime, tax and foreign policy in the election and made a last effort to persuade the members of the Tory who It is not yet decided who they will vote for.
Conservative Party leader and prime ministerial candidate Rishi Sunak in Britain on Thursday thanked his parents and wife Akshata Murthy for their help in the last program related to the election campaign. Rishi Sunak said, ‘This last election program is very special for me because two people who inspired me to join public service are here today – my mother and father.’
Queen Elizabeth II will appoint the new Prime Minister of Britain in Scotland and for this she will not come to London. Buckingham Palace has confirmed this. The Queen is currently living in Scotland. Buckingham Palace said that the Queen of Britain will appoint the leader to be elected from either Rishi Sunak or Liz Truss as the country’s prime minister in Scotland. Breaking from royal tradition, 96-year-old Elizabeth II will appoint the newly elected leader of the Conservative Party next Tuesday at her Balmoral Castle residence in Scotland.