バデノックは、彼らのサイズについて自慢しているトーリー党のライバルを爆破します ... 減税

ケミ・バデノックは、トーリー党のリーダーシップのライバルを、彼らのサイズについて自慢していると非難します … tax cuts as she blasts favourite Rishi Sunak saying the economic mess means it is no time for ‘steady as it goes’ 政府

  • The former equalities minister has emerged as a popular outsider in the contest
  • Many of her rivals have been criticised for making un-costed tax cut pledges
  • Refused to ‘enter into tax bidding war and say my tax cuts are bigger than yours
  • ミシェル・モネは「人種差別」で訴えられて反撃する leadership hopeful Kemi Badenoch lashed out at her rivals for making wild promises on tax cuts today, suggesting they were engaged in sad macho posturing.

    The former equalities minister, who has emerged as a popular outsider in the contest to replace ボリス・ジョンソン, lashed out as she officially launched her campaign.

    Many of her rivals have been criticised for making un-costed pledges to reduce personal and business taxes if they become Tory leader and prime minister.

    Ms Badenoch, 42, said that she also wanted to lower the tax burden.

    But in a blunt broadside at her rivals, more than half of whom are men, 彼女は付け加えた: ‘I will not enter into a tax bidding war and say my tax cuts are bigger than yours.

    ‘The dividing line in this race is not tax cuts, it’s judgment.

    But in a thinly-veiled jibe at favourite Rishi Sunak she also hit out at ‘steady as it goes’ 政府, vowing to make considerable changes.








    The former equalities minister, who has emerged as a popular outsider in the contest to replace Boris Johnson, lashed out as she officially launched her campaign.

    The former equalities minister, who has emerged as a popular outsider in the contest to replace Boris Johnson, lashed out as she officially launched her campaign.

    Ms Badenoch, a mother of three who was born in London to Nigerian parents, has yet to each the 20-backers threshold to take part in the leadership election proper. But she is only five short with a deadline set at 6pm.

    Rishi Sunak underlined his status as Tory leadership front runner today as more Cabinet big beasts backed himwith Liz Truss begging the Tory right to unite behind her to take him on.

    Would-be PMs have just hours left to rack up the 20 nominations needed to feature in the first round of the contest, with voting due to start tomorrow.

    Mr Sunak already appears to be well over the threshold as he formally launched his campaign this morning, introduced by deputy PM Dominic Raab and Grant Shappswho has abandoned his own leadership campaign.

    The former Chancellor again batted away calls for tax cuts before inflation is under control, 「私たちは大人の会話をする必要があります」と言っています. At the event in Westminster, he also heaped praise on Boris Johnson, 彼を「私が今まで出会った中で最も注目に値する人の一人」と表現する’ 「良い心を持っている人’ – しかし、それは「機能していませんでした’ もう.

    スナック氏 – 戦闘ポイントを尋ねるジャーナリストが群衆にやじられている間、メディアからほんの少しの質問をしただけでした – 彼の計画は「インフレに取り組むことだった」と述べた, 経済を成長させ、税金を削減する」. 「私はあなたに真実を伝えることができる大人の会話をしたいです,’ 彼は言った.

    ラーブ氏はスピーチの前に言った: 「私たちは勝つことができるリーダーが必要です… 勝つことができるのは彼だけです。’

    ペニー・モーダントとトム・トゥーゲントハットもノミネートされたようです, ボリス・ジョンソンの同盟国であるジェイコブ・リース・モッグとナディン・ドリーズからの支持を得た後、トラス女史はトップに立っています。 – ダウニング街の階段で忠誠を宣言した人.

    しかしながら, 他の有名人は苦労しています, with Jeremy Hunt, Nadhim Zahawi and Priti Patel all short of declared backers.