London: Britain’s Prime Ministerial candidate Rishi Sunak today insisted that he would rather lose the Conservative Party leadership race to replace Boris Johnson rather than making false promises on his plan to tackle the economic crisis.
During an interview, the former finance minister of Britain said that he is committed to work for the welfare of the weaker sections.

The issue has become the key dividing line between him and his rival British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss are at odds over this issue. The Truss has pledged to cut taxes, which Sunak has claimed will only benefit wealthy families and not those who need it most. Soonak, 42 said, “I would rather lose than win by making false promises.” He said that People can judge me on my record while referring to his working as Chancellor during the COVID lockdown in the UK.

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