Sunak hints general election in ‘second half of the year’ in UK

London: UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, appeared to rule out holding a general election in the spring, BBC reported. During a visit to Mansfield, the prime minister said: “My working assumption is we’ll have a general election in the second half of this year.”

 He said: I want to keep going, managing the economy well and cutting people’s taxes. But I also want to keep tackling illegal migration. So, I’ve got lots to get on with and I’m determined to keep delivering for the British people.

His statement came amid claims that he would not be sending the public to the polls in the spring.

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