The prime ministerial candidate criticized the long UK lockdown

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Rishi Sunak at the Conservative Party leadership election at Centar, Cheltenham Racecourse, Great Britain on 11 August 2022.
Rishi Sunak at the Conservative Party leadership election at Centar, Cheltenham Racecourse, Great Britain on 11 August 2022.| Photo: EFE/EPA/NEIL HALL

Rishi Sunak, former economy minister and finalist for British prime minister, has been a long-time critic Disabling In the UK during the coronavirus pandemic.

In an interview with the Spectator, Sunak did not want to blame the public, but believes there were a series of mistakes made by ministers during the pandemic.

According to him, the government did not have enough information to analyze the analysis prepared by the Scientific Advisory Committee on Emergencies – consisting of independent experts who advise the government.

Sunak asserted that further discussion of the locks’ “compensations” could have made them “narrower” and “differentiated.”

This is not the first time Rishi Sunak has raised concerns about his own government’s handling of the pandemic. At the start of the leadership campaign, he said he flew back from California when the Omicron variant was spreading rapidly to prevent another UK lockdown.

This time, he goes further and condemns the government’s approach, which he says uses a “scare story”.

The election to replace Boris Johnson will take place on the 5th, with Sunak competing against current Foreign Secretary Liz Truss.

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