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Rishi Sunak has vowed to stay round in British politics for no less than one other 5 years whatever the final result of the final election.

Mr Sunak confirmed he would serve a full five-year time period if he’s victorious on June 4.

That would see him staying in Downing Street to 2029 on the very least.

And the PM promised voters he would keep as an MP for no less than one other 5 years, even when the Tories are defeated in subsequent month’s nationwide ballot.

Mr Sunak made the promise as he took a step again from the election marketing campaign whereas attending the G7 summit in Italy.

Asked by the Daily Express if he would keep as PM for a full five-year time period if his get together triumphs three weeks time, Mr Sunak responded with a decisive “Yes”.

He gave precisely the identical response when requested if he would keep as an MP, for Richmond in Yorkshire, for 5 extra years if he’s voted out of No 10.

It is the primary time he has confirmed he’ll keep on for one more 5 years.

Last month Mr Sunak mentioned his North Yorkshire constituency is “wonderful” and he’ll stay in parliament regardless of the final result when the nation goes to the polls.

There has been hypothesis that Mr Sunak, who beforehand labored at a hedge fund in California, might be eyeing a job in Silicon Valley because the Tories wrestle to make up floor towards Labour.

Mr Sunak was first elected to parliament in 2015.

Some of his predecessors have stayed on as backbenchers after stepping down, together with Liz Truss and Theresa May.

But others have chosen to stroll away from their political careers after being ousted from the highest job.

David Cameron gave up his seat two months after resigning over the Brexit referendum, saying he didn’t need to be a “distraction”, whereas Boris Johnson dramatically walked away from his Uxbridge constituency in protest on the findings of a parliamentary investigation into whether or not he lied about partygate.

With the Tories trailing Labour within the polls Mr Sunak additionally mentioned he wouldn’t be altering techniques for the second half of the election marketing campaign.

Asked if was planning any late adjustments to his campaigning type, Mr Sunak mentioned: “No, we’re out and about, and I think as we were saying yesterday it’s really good that both manifestoes are out now because it’s really clear what the choice is at the election.

“I think you can see that most clearly on tax: if I am re-elected there will be a tax cut for people at every stage of their lives – everyone in work, everyone who is setting up a small business or self-employed, young people who are buying their first home, young families with children, but also pensioners.

“People at every stage of their lives are going to get a tax cut, because I do think you can curb the unsustainable increase in the welfare bill, and that I think is the right choice for the country and in contrast Labour are just going to put up your taxes.

“And as you saw over the past few days, they just can’t tell people unequivocally that they are not going to do that and the analysis shows that they’ll raise the tax burden to the highest levels that this country has seen in our history. I know in the past people were quite focussed on the tax burden, so I am sure you’ll be quite focussed on that too!”