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Because of his wife and his Home Secretary… a major scandal engulfs the British Prime Minister

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has been dogged by a string of flimsy allegations of influence peddling against Home Secretary Chowella Braverman, apart from the public controversy against him and his wife and their vast wealth. British newspapers.

Sunak faces an important cabinet meeting where he must make a decision against his home secretary and investigate Soella Braverman’s handling of laws and traffic violations, creating a scandal that threatens to deepen divisions in the Conservative Party. British newspaper The Independent..

Allegation against Home Minister

The newspaper said the Home Secretary had been accused of breaking the law by asking taxpayer-funded civil servants to help with a private matter, but Braverman insisted he had done nothing “unsolicited”.
He admitted speeding, fined and racked up penalty points on his licence, but did not deny asking officers to help arrange a private speed awareness session for him, rather than join fellow drivers in a scheme that allows people with minor offences. Avoid damaging their points on the road.
The Times reported that officials were so concerned about his request that they emailed the Ethics Committee in the Cabinet Office, which asked them to ignore it.
The newspaper said Braverman advised them to organize the curriculum rather than simply seek advice, and the Guardian reported that this was increasing pressure to launch an investigation into allegations of ministerial breaches of law by Sunak. The Home Office was informed of the allegations.

The Downing Street government said Sunak still believed Braverman, but he steadfastly refused to back his claims of wrongdoing after last year’s speeding charges.
Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer said Braverman should resign if the minister is found to have broken the law, while his allies said he was the victim of a smear campaign.

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Sunak and his wife

On the other hand, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and his wife Akshata Murthy’s net worth has been falling over the past 12 months.
However, the couple, who have a net worth of $668 million, are immune to the cost-of-living crisis that continues to dominate the UK’s political agenda.

The couple is ranked 275th in the Sunday Times list, up from 222nd last year, due to the depreciation of their stake in Infosys, the Indian IT company founded by Akshada Murthy’s father.

In the past year, their wealth has fallen by more than half a million pounds a day. When the pair appeared on the Rich List 12 months ago, the stake was worth around £690m. “Since then, Infosys shares have tumbled on declining earnings from banks, technology and its other clients,” says an analysis published in The Sunday Times.
Sonak’s net worth dropped from $908 million to $658 million.
As the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Snag earns an annual salary of approximately $205,367.
When he became prime minister last October, his income increased, but his fortune, estimated at $908 million last year, was not enough to slow the decline to $658 million in 2023.
At a time when British citizens are living in poverty, Chung faces regular attacks and criticism from opposition politicians who say they are out of touch with ordinary people.

The country’s inflation rate has reached more than 10 percent and people’s wages have not increased, causing household incomes to shrink and a “cost-of-living crisis.”
Chung has pledged to tackle the problem by halving inflation and boosting the economy. Chung is one of Britain’s 10 richest leaders.

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