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Watch: The Fast Rise of Rishi Sunak, Britain’s New Prime Minister

Rishi Sunak replaces Liz Truss after she became the shortest-serving prime minister in British history

By Wall Street Journal

Rishi Sunak is Britain's new prime minister and the first person of color to lead the country. WSJ’s David Luhnow explains how the former investment banker quickly rose through the ranks to head one of the world’s largest economies. Photo illustration: Ryan Trefes

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