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Twitteratis roasts Rishi Sunak for misspelled ‘campaign’ on banner during TV debate

After viewers pointed out there was a misspelling on Rishi Sunak’s campaign banner when he appeared on his first televised debate to run for British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak received a backlash on Twitter. The word “campaign” was incorrectly spelled as “campaign”. In a play on his catchphrase “Ready for Rishi”, Rishi Sunak responded by stating “Ready for spell check”. He accepted the Twitter teasing in stride.

The roasting comes as Rishi Sunak’s wife continues to draw heavy criticism for her tax rulings amid the pandemic, even though his wife Akshata Murty, the daughter of Infosys founder Narayana Murthy, is said to be wealthier than even the queen. . Due to his non-dom status, Akshata Murty’s tax evasion has already been noticed.

According to one article, “Rishi Sunak’s last speech, which boasted of his own ‘competence’ and ‘seriousness’, would have had more impact had he not stood in front of a banner that spelled ‘campaign ” incorrectly.

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The 90-minute conversation featured arguments on taxes and honesty between Rishi Sunak, UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, former Equalities Minister Kemi Badenoch, Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee Om Tugendhat and Penny Mordaunt. In the first two rounds of voting among Conservative MPs, Sunak came out on top.

According to reports, Acting Prime Minister Boris Johnson has asked his allies to support anyone other than Rishi Sunak. Johnson reportedly had conversations with failed candidates to succeed him and advised Sunak not to become prime minister. Johnson said he would not openly support leadership candidates or interfere in the race. Penny Mordaunt and Liz Truss also seem like good options for Johnson.

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