Isabel Hardman Isabel Hardman

Rishi Sunak vows to fix things for Britain

The PM's aim is to stop things from getting worse

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Unlike Liz Truss, Rishi Sunak didn’t skirt around the circumstances of the changing of the guard in No 10. His address on arriving in Downing Street as the new Prime Minister was very to the point. He paid tribute to his predecessor’s ‘noble aim’ of wanting to improve growth and create change, but added: 

‘But some mistakes were made.

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Isabel Hardman
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Isabel Hardman
Isabel Hardman is assistant editor of The Spectator and author of Why We Get the Wrong Politicians. She also presents Radio 4’s Week in Westminster.

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