Sunak’s Fiscal HorseInternationalIndiaAfricaUK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has surprised the public by revealing his love for Jilly Cooper’s novels. During an interview, Sunak defended his reading choice, emphasizing the need for escapism in today’s tumultuous times. But how much of a escapism can the PM afford in such a difficult economic situation as the UK is in?PM Rishi Sunak’s affinity for raunchy novels has sparked concern amidst the UK’s ongoing cost of living crisis. In a recent interview on “This Morning,” Sunak confirmed his love for author Jilly Cooper’s books, blushing slightly as he acknowledged earlier reports. When asked about his favorite titles, Sunak listed several, including “Riders” and “Rivals.”However, as the country grapples with record numbers of people depending on food banks and inflation reaching its highest levels in 40 years, Sunak’s literary preferences have raised eyebrows. Critics question his priorities in the face of the economic challenges ordinary Brits are enduring.EconomyBoE Admits ‘Uncertain Outlook’ for Inflation as UK Faces Wage-Price Spiral18 May, 15:45 GMTThe UK’s prolonged period of “inflationary shock” and vulnerability to rising energy prices and interest rates further compound the country’s economic woes. Effective policies and support for those in need become increasingly crucial as the cost of living crisis persists.Sunak’s love for raunchy novels may offer personal escapism, but public attention remains focused on urgent matters.