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Two weeks later: Prime Minister Sunak loses a cabinet member

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak lost a cabinet minister two weeks after taking office.


The essentials in a nutshell

  • Britain’s new Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has lost his first cabinet member.
  • Minister of State Gavin Williamson resigned on Tuesday evening.
  • Sunak has only been in office for two weeks.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak loses his term in office in two weeks The first cabinet member failed.

Foreign Secretary Gavin Williamson resigned on Tuesday evening after sitting without portfolio at the Cabinet table. In the past few days, Conservative MPs have brought up various Allegations of bullying under duress.

Chunak describes the choice of words as “unacceptable”.

Sunak Williamson recently expressed his confidence. However, Sunak described the text messages that reached the public as “unacceptable”. However, he insisted on this Awaiting the results of an internal investigation.

After further allegations were made on Tuesday, Williamson took the consequences personally. “I reject the representations contained in these allegations.” However, he admits that they distract from the good work they do Government Do it for the British people. Williamson wrote in his resignation letter Head of Govt.

Williamson’s resignation will cast doubt on Sunak’s ability to steer the deeply divided Conservative ruling party into calmer waters.

He took over from Liz Truss two weeks ago. After seven weeks in office, he was forced to resign by his own committee. At the beginning of September, Truss had only the heir to the fall of several scandals Boris Johnson started

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