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Martin Lewis issues a disastrous warning about the cost of living crisis as Rishi Sunak resigns

Money-saving expertMartin Lewisis disastrous about the crisis of living expensesforafter Rishi Sunak's dramatic resignation I issued a warning.

Snack and Sajid Javid resigned from the cabinet on Tuesday in anger atBoris Johnsonhandling allegations of misconduct against Chris Pincher.

Earlier today, when Johnson promoted Pincher to the role of Deputy Leader, he knew that an illegal complaint had been upheld against him. Not 10 people admitted.

In his resignation, the former Prime Minister told Mr Johnson that the government "cannot continue this way."

Later, less than three years after Mr Johnson took office, he replaced his third prime minister, Nadim Zahawi.

Martin Lewis has expressed concern about the state of the country, but temporarily, without the Prime Minister confronting major economic hardships

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Mr. Havid said the British people "expect honesty from the government," but voters are now "even if Johnson's administration is competent." I'm not acting for the national interest. "

He replaced the Minister of Health on behalf of the Prime Minister's Prime Minister, Steve Berkley.

Inflation, which has reached its highest level in 40 years, outweighs the already soaring cost of living, so Lewis said: It has been seen for almost 50 years.

"Energy prices will rise to £ 3,000 in October.

" Food, mortgages, rents and transportation&Gas prices have exploded.

"The Bank of England warned today that the economic outlook has deteriorated significantly."

Risi Snack said his approach was Boris Johnson. Said, "It's fundamentally too different."

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He "Our country faces big challenges." We both want low taxes, high-growth economies, and world-class public services, which are ready for us to work hard, make sacrifices, and make difficult decisions. We can only provide responsibly if.

"I firmly believe that the people are ready to hear the truth. Our people say that something is true. If it's too good, I know it's not true.

"They need to know that there is a way to a better future, but it's not an easy way.

"It turns out that our approach is fundamentally too different in preparation for next week's proposal for a joint speech on the economy."

UK National Statistics Office (ONS) ) Statistics show that living standards in the UK have been declining for four consecutive quarters. According to the

report, soaring prices reduced the disposable income of UK households by an average of 0.2% between January and March.

ONS reported that inflation was 1.7% during the quarter, 1.5% higher than income growth.

However, this number does not take into account the last three months. Meanwhile, rising prices have pushed the average household's energy bill to around £ 2,000.