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New PM Rishi Sunak pledges to fix Britain’s many problems

By Reuters
25 October 2022   |   12:57 pm
Rishi Sunak said on Tuesday he was not daunted by the scale of the challenge as he became Britain's third prime minister in two months, pledging to restore trust, rebuild confidence and lead the country through an economic crisis.

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