Elon Musk will be a part of the most talked AI Safety Summit 2023, hosted by Rishi Sunak, the PM of United Kingdom. The participation of the Tesla CEO and X owner was confirmed by sources close to the developments. Furthermore, Rishi Sunak also hinted a detailed discussion with Musk, who has always been vocal about his stand with AI-technology and growth. The interview will be live stream on X.
This (the Khalistani issue) is a really important question... let me just say, unequivocally, no form of extremism or violence like that is acceptable in the UK. And that is why we are working very closely with the Indian government to tackle 'PKE' (pro-Khalistan extremism)," the UK leader said. In March, pro-Khalistan elements shouting separatist slogans attacked the Indian High Commission in London attacking Indian flag, raising alarming… read-more
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will land in India later this week for the G20 World Leaders' Summit and can expect a grand welcome from his relatives in New Delhi, according to a UK media report. Media sources reported over the weekend that Prime Minister Sunak's relatives will host a feast with flower bouquets and "non-stop dancing" to Punjabi music. He is in India for the prestigious G20 Summit.
Liz Truss defeated Rishi Sunak and is all set to become the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. On September 5, after rounds of vote counting, Liz Truss has been elected as the next PM, successor of Borish Johnson, who stepped down as the PM of UK. Liz beat her rival, former finance minister Rishi Sunak, by 81,326 votes to 60,399.
British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is leading the race to replace Boris Johnson as UK's next Prime Minister. Of the two contenders, Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, Truss is heading the race by 90%, confirmed a local survey by Smarkets. Notably, released on August 1, the chances of Liz Truss has 90.0% winning chances. The leadership race was triggered after Johnson was forced to step down on July 7.
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China responded on July 25 to UK Prime Minister candidate Rishi Sunak's claims that Beijing is "the biggest long-term threat to Britain," calling the remarks "irresponsible." China's Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian responded to Sunak's comment by saying that statements regarding China, cannot address one's own issues. Rishi … read-more
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Britain's two prime ministerial candidates agreed to make illegal immigration a priority, with both supporting the government's policy of transferring people to Rwanda on July 24. Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss are competing to become Britain's next prime minister. So far, the two contenders have disagreed on the timing of any tax cuts at a time when Britain is dealing with rising prices, sluggish economy, and growing number of strikes.
After the third round of voting finished on July 18, four candidates advanced to the next vote round in the campaign to be the leader of the Conservative Party and succeed outgoing United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Rishi Sunak (115 votes), Penny Mordaunt (82 votes), Liz Truss (71 votes), and Kemi Badenoch (71 votes) are the four survivors (58 votes). The winner will be revealed on September 5.
Rishi Sunak, an Indian-origin former Chancellor, emerged as the strongest candidate to succeed Boris Johnson as Conservative Party leader and UK Prime Minister, topping the poll in the first round of voting with 88 votes. Other survivors are Penny Mordaunt (67 votes), Liz Truss (50 votes), Kemi Badenoch (40 votes), Tom Tugendhat (37 votes), and Suella Braverman (32 votes). The second ballot is set for July 14. The winner will be declared on… read-more
The United Kingdom's Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak on October 23 went against the advice of some health experts that the virus could overwhelm in the upcoming winter by saying ''significant economic restrictions'' aren't necessary. He further said shops, pubs, and nightclubs can be opened to mark the success of the vaccine rollout. Besides, a poll said only 22% of the British public supported closing pubs and restaurants.
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