November 04, 2022 Issue

In Focus

Quick Turnaround

London Rishi Sunak (center) meets with members of the Conservative Party in the Houses of Parliament after it was announced he will become the next prime minister on October 24. The 42-year-old former finance minister will be the U.K.’s first person of color and the first Hindu to hold the top job. Sunak, along with his wife Akshata Murthy, is also among the wealthiest people in the country, worth about $828 million, according to The Sunday Times. He replaces Liz Truss, who served just 44 days—the shortest stint of any of the U.K.’s previous leaders—and must now deal with the fallout of her divisive tax-cutting policies as well as high inflation.
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Luke Evans is not 'scared' of a challenge

"All avenues are being covered this year," Luke Evans tells Newsweek's Parting Shot about his multiple projects coming out this year, including Apple TV+'s 'Echo 3,' 'Scrooge: A Christmas Carol' and his new album 'A Song For You.'