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We are beyond judging people by their wealth

Saturday 20/May/2023 – 02:28 PM

Since he came to power, Rishi Sunak, the British Prime Minister, has been surrounded by widespread accusations of his great wealth, thanks to his business and his wife, which everyone knows since he contested the election.

The British Prime Minister is facing accusations that are out of touch with the people and ordinary citizens affected by the recent economic crisis in the United Kingdom.

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For his part, Rishi Sunak said he was unfazed by Labour’s criticism of his wealthy family’s tax arrangements and believed Britain had overstepped its judgment on people’s wealth, and he was unfazed by Labour’s personal attacks on his finances.

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Speaking on a plane to attend the G7 summit in Japan, Sunak said: “I don’t pay attention to the criticism, I don’t listen to all that. I don’t think most people sitting at home are too upset about these things. What they care about is what I’m doing to improve their lives, and last summer I Having said that a lot, I think we judge people by what’s in their bank accounts.

The British Prime Minister’s fortune has fallen by around £500m in the new Sunday Times Rich List, meaning his family’s wealth has fallen by £200m in the past year as his wife’s contribution has fallen. Sunak, a former hedge fund manager, and his wife Akshata Murthy have an estimated net worth of £529 million, up from £730 million in 2022.

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Mordi holds a small stake in Infosys, the $64bn (£52bn) Indian IT company co-founded by his billionaire father. The value of these shares declined, resulting in a decline in the couple’s wealth.

Morty was at the center of a political storm last year after he avoided up to £20million in UK tax by becoming a non-resident, paying £30,000 a year to maintain the status.