PM Sunak promises to tackle Britain’s most pressing problems

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By Elizabeth Piper and Andy Bruce LONDON (Reuters) -Prime Minister Rishi Sunak promised on Wednesday to tackle Britain’s most pressing problems, from cutting inflation to ending illegal migration, in a speech aimed at reassuring critics within his restive Conservative Party. In an address that was high on ambition but low on detail, Sunak said his government would build “a better future for our children and grandchildren” and asked the public to judge him on “the results we achieve”. He listed “five promises”: halving inflation, growing the economy, reducing debt, cutting National Health Servi…

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