Petulant Rishi Sunak was asked a question he really didn’t want to answer as he departed the G7 meeting of rich countries…and the UK.
The Chinese embassy in Britain slammed comments by UK prime minister Rishi Sunak at the G7, saying China represented the world’s greatest challenge to security and prosperity, but that other leading economies should not decouple from it.
The Chinese embassy statement asked the UK government to stop slandering and smearing China to avoid further damage to China-UK relations, reports The Guardian.
The BBC’s Chris Mason asked: “will you ask the Independent advisor on ministers interests to look into Suella Braverman’s conduct over her speeding fine…. & do you have full confidence in her?
Rishi Sunak replied: “Did you have any questions about the summit,” you can see how much he isn’t here for this….
It comes as back in the Commons Yvette Cooper, the shadow home secretary, says Suella Braverman tried to get special treatment when she was caught speeding. She says Braverman has not said exactly what she asked her civil servants to do. Will she say?
She asks if Braverman authorised her special adviser to tell journalists that there was no speeding offence, when there was.
Braverman avoids the questions.
Watch: Petulant Rishi Sunak
This tweet sums it up for you?
Remember during Covid all the press wanted to talk about Dominic Cummings and his trip to Durham and Grant Shapps just wanted to ask questions about the dualling of the A66
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