The economy is shrinking and the country is in danger of slipping into recession – not a good starting point for the British prime minister in an election year. But you should not write Rishi Sunak yet.
If Rishi Sunak has his way, 2024 should be a promising year. But it looks like the British Prime Minister's wish won't come true so easily: According to the latest figures, British economic output has recently shrunk and the country is at risk of slipping into recession. and in all matters during an election year.
A new Parliament will be elected in the United Kingdom in 2024. No wonder the Sunak try to offer something like hope to the people. The United Kingdom currently has the highest inflation rate of any G-7 country. People see this crisis as the country's biggest problem. They blame the government for this. Therefore, it will be very difficult for Sunak to change the already established majority opinion.
Since the Prime Minister's tenure, his Tories have been 20 percentage points behind Labor in comparison (Read how the Tories are doing) But it would be foolish to write Sunaka now. A former hedge fund manager, he is a benefactor of knowing which election gifts to distribute. Customs duties are likely to be cut by April, when the new tax year begins in Great Britain. However, it is doubtful whether that will be enough to reach the Labor Party.
Perhaps it goes something like this: The Tories have ruled London uninterrupted for almost 14 years, so it's time for a change. The key issue now is whether Labor leader Keir Starmer can give the people of Great Britain what Sunak has so far been unable to do, a sense that things can get better after years of stalling Brexit disputes.