British Conservative MP and former Health Minister Jeremy Hunt And Sajid Javido used the interview with the Telegraph newspaper to announce that they were in the running to succeed boris johnson as Prime Minister.
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Hunt, who lost to Johnson in the 2019 leadership race, and Javid said that as leaders they would cut corporation tax by 15 percent, while Javid also said he would appreciate the increase in Social Security contributions that took place in April. Will reverse
“It’s pretty straightforward why I want to do this,” Hunt told the Telegraph of his plan to run. “That’s because we have to restore confidence, grow the economy and win the next election.”
Bowing to pressure, Boris Johnson resigned from the post of UK PM
Javid, who is also a former finance minister, told the newspaper: “We cannot take a tax cut.”
(Reporting by Kylie MacLaine Editing by Chris Reese)