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Rishi Sunak, UK Prime Minister Never Paid His Tax Penalty: His Office Garnered 46.7% Negative Sentiments Online: CheckBrand

In the midst of the Nadhim Zahawi controversy, No. 10 is obliged to state that Rishi Sunak has never paid a tax penalty. The announcement comes as a result of Labour pressure.

In the aftermath of the Nadhim Zahawi controversy, Downing Street has been compelled to state that Rishi Sunak has never paid a tax penalty.

The prime minister's press secretary first argued that Mr Sunak’s taxes were “private,” despite his promise to release his return soon.

Determining the digital potentialities of Mr. Sunak, CheckBrand analysed his digital appearance improvements since the election in which he came out as winner, becoming the Prime Minister of United Kingdom. CheckBrand went through numerous data from his social media platforms to evaluate his digital worth.

CheckBrand comparison analysis:

Rishi Sunak

Search Engine Score

Positive Sentiments

Negative Sentiments

Digital Engagement

Twitter Followers

Facebook Followers

27th Jan 2023

4523

1.6%

46.7%

1.1M

1.8M

441K

25th Oct 2022

1215

13.3%

26.6%

477.7K

869.5K

227K

 

*source Google Trends

However, Labour has added to Mr Sunak’s troubles by claiming that Sir Keir Starmer has never paid a tax fine. Within hours, No. 10 issued a statement declaring that “the prime minister has never paid a penalty to HMRC.”

Mr Sunak is under increasing scrutiny after retaining Mr Zahawi in his cabinet while ordering a probe into his tax affairs. Mr Zahawi on the other hand, cleared an estimated £4.8 million debt with HMRC as Chancellor, including a reported £1 million penalty.

After The Independent discovered last year that his wife had questionable non-dom status, Mr Sunak has agreed to provide his personal tax returns in an effort to increase openness.

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer attempted to link Mr Sunak’s management of the present situation to his rich wife Akshata Murty’s non-domiciled status during Prime Minister’s Questions.

“You wouldn't expect me to wade into the prime minister's tax matters since they are private,” she explained.

“An individual's tax affairs, regardless of who they are, remain secret,” she noted.

She also refused to agree to disclose his tax records for the previous six years, as David Cameron did while he was prime minister.

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