New PM Rishi Sunak hosts Diwali reception at 10 Downing Street

New pm rishi sunak hosts diwali reception at 10 downing street

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New PM Rishi Sunak hosts Diwali reception at 10 Downing Street: New Prime Minister Rishi Sunak hosts a Diwali reception at Downing Street. Sajid Javid has said he made a ‘mistake’ backing Liz Truss for Tory leader, as he accused the ex-PM of failing to show respect for ‘our key economic institutions.’

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