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The second debate between Conservative candidates for the leadership of the British government, Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss, was interrupted after journalist Kate McCann, who was moderating the meeting, fainted. The Foreign Minister responded to the opposition on tax increases, funding for the National Health Service and the state of the economy. A noise was heard in the studio. A stunned Liz Truss left the pulpit where she was speaking and went to help Kate McCann.
The leadership debate was up in the air after the crash pic.twitter.com/FpM9O0Q3G8
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This time, the broadcast of a meeting between the two rulers – to encourage the Conservative Party to accept Boris Johnson’s resignation – was replaced by an image on a black background with the message: “We are sorry for the delay in this project. We are working hard to fix the issue and will return to regular programming soon.
In a statement posted on Twitter by TalkTV, host of the debate with The Sun newspaper, Kate McCann (who replaced The Sun policy editor Harry Cole after he tested positive for Covid-19) confirmed that he had lost his mind. – No face-to-face restarts. “Although she is well, Medical advice is not to continue the discussion. We apologize to our viewers and listeners,” the official account of the television channel wrote on the social network. Normal transmission of the channel resumed.
Kate McCann fainted on air tonight and although she is fine, medical advice is not to continue the debate. We apologize to our viewers and listeners.
— TalkTV (@TalkTV) July 26, 2022
Like the first debate between Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss on BBC One on Monday night, the sensational headline lines. The proposal of the former Finance Governor was considered by the former External Affairs Minister It is “morally wrong” to raise taxes and pay off debts for British social security.
“At a time when families are struggling to pay for food, I think it is morally wrong to tax ordinary people when we said in our manifesto that we would not do that and when there is no need,” he said. Lis dress.. Rishi Sunak clearly replied: “MAsking our children and grandchildren to pay the bills is verbally wrong We are not prepared to consider”.
Asked by the assessor how she would get enough tax-free money to strengthen the National Health Service, Liz Truss simplified: Money invested through general taxation is sufficient, Rishi Sunak proposed with values implemented without elevation. But the former finance minister countered, arguing that the health system could only be funded by raising taxes. It is the “right thing to do”.
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