Johnson & Sunak | What HR can learn from the No.10 lockdown fines scandal

What HR can learn from the No.10 lockdown fines scandal

Pressure has mounted on Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak in recent weeks, as questions continue to be raised about their abilities for the roles of Prime Minster and Chancellor.

Debate about Sunak’s suitability for his role has mainly been due to reported Russian links to his wife’s finances, and a PR disaster which saw him use a retail worker’s car for a photo opportunity at a petrol station.

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