‘Rishi Sunak should crack down on injustice and injustice, helping those in need’ – Voice of the Mirror

The 250 richest families in the country include Rishi Sunak and his wife Akshata Murty, worth an estimated £730 million. There is now a record 177 billionaires in the UK

Rishi Sunak walks near the Treasury building in London

Wealth in this country has been distributed more and more unfairly in the last three decades.

While those at the bottom of the income scale have seen wages decline in real terms, those at the top have become even richer.

There is now a record 177 billionaires in the UK whose combined wealth rose by more than £50bn to £653bn last year.

Many protect their fortunes by becoming non-doms and moving assets to tax havens.

By doing this, they are not only protecting their wealth, they are raising the drawbridge behind them. The money that could help spread the opportunities is being hoarded by a few.

The 250 richest families in the country include Rishi Sunak and his wife Akshata Murty, worth an estimated £730 million.

It’s fair to wonder how someone who has never had to worry about paying bills can really understand the concerns of those who do.

Could you also explain why Mr. Sunak is so reluctant to wipe out non-doms? With 14 million in poverty, we need a Chancellor who can crack down on injustice and injustice.







The chancellor and his wife are worth an estimated £730 million
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This week has seen the beautiful game marred by senseless violence.

The ugly scenes that followed Everton’s game against Crystal Palace came two days after Sheffield United’s Billy Sharp was headbutted by a Nottingham Forest fan.

Players were taunted and harassed by fans in the semi-finals of the League Two play-offs.

The authorities must act quickly and firmly to prevent the behavior of a minority from becoming generalized.

This means tougher penalties, including automatic lifetime bans.

The vast majority of fans are a credit to the game. Let’s keep it that way.

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