Rishi Sunak: The Man Who Would Be Prime Minister of UK


Rishi Sunak has many firsts to his name. He was the first person in his family to be born in the UK; he was the first person in his school to win a national debating competition, and he was the first person in his Oxford college to be appointed an alumni ambassador – all by the age of 23.

Now, he’s aiming to become the first Asian Prime Minister of Great Britain as well, having been voted Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) for Richmond Park just last year at the age of 30. Now we have see some interesting information about Rishi Sunak you should know that.

Who is Rishi sunak?

A former investment banker, Rishi Sunak is the son of Indian immigrants. He was born in 1979 and grew up in England.

He attended Oxford University and studied politics, philosophy and economics. After graduating from Oxford, he joined the London-based asset management firm Terra Firma Capital Partners.

He left the firm after 10 years to pursue a career in British politics.

Rishi Sunak Early life

Sunak is the son of Indian immigrant parents who came to Britain in the 1960s. He studied at Eton College and then read politics, philosophy and economics at University College, Oxford. He was elected MP for Richmond (Yorks) in 2010.

In 2017 he became a junior minister in the Department for Exiting the European Union, and later that year was appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department for International Development.

He is married to Amelie de Montbel and they have two daughters together. They live in an 18th-century Georgian house in North Yorkshire with their three dogs and four horses.

Rishi Sunak Personal life

Rishi Sunak has been married to his wife, Katharina, since 2001. They have three children together. Rishi is a dual citizen of the United Kingdom and India.

His parents are Indian nationals who immigrated to Britain in 1971, when Rishi was one year old, So Rishi Sunak finally indian citizen.

Rishi Sunak Political career

Rishi Sunak is a British Conservative politician and author. Born on 29th December 1982, he was educated at Winchester College before studying Arabic and History of the Middle East as an undergraduate at Oxford University. He was elected to represent the Thirsk and Malton seat in Parliament for the Conservatives in June 2017 following the retirement of Sir Alan Duncan.

His early political career began when he became a member of David Cameron's policy unit from 2013-2015, before becoming a parliamentary private secretary to Justine Greening from 2015-2017.

In 2016, he became an international advisor to George Osborne, who had been made editor of London's Evening Standard newspaper after stepping down as Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Rishi Sunak Educations

Rishi Sunak was born on 27 December 1976 in London. He went to Westminster School and then attended Trinity College, Oxford University.

After graduating from Oxford, he studied law at the University of London before returning to Oxford for a Masters degree in Law. He then completed his training with a pupillage at One Essex Court before joining Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP as a trainee solicitor.

Rishi Sunak as New PM of UK

The leader of the House of Commons and a Conservative MP, Mr Rishi Sunak has been tipped to take over as the new prime minister. Aged 45, he's had a successful career in law and business before entering politics. He was elected as the Member of Parliament for Harrow East in 2015.

Sunak was born in London to Indian immigrants. His father is Dr Vinod Kishore Sunak who is a professor at Imperial College London, and his mother is Dr Padma Bhagwati Prasad from India. He has two brothers, one sister and one nephew. 

Sunaks' family are Hindu with roots in Uttar Pradesh, India where they were members of the Brahmin caste.

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