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London: Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will encounter opposition members for the first time on Wednesday.

He became the first UK leader of colour on Tuesday, aiming to mend Liz Truss's terrible budget.

Mr Sunak began his tenure by re-appointing a host of ministers from his predecessor's top team.

After stabilising markets, the former finance minister kept Jeremy Hunt as chancellor.

As well as controversially bringing back recently fired Home Secretary Suella Braverman.

The line-up "reflects a unified party and a cabinet with significant experience,

ensuring that at this uncertain time there is continuity at the heart of government"

Before Mr. Sunak's first "Prime Minister's Questions" on Wednesday, the mostly unchanged cabinet may convene.

When he will battle Labour leader Keir Starmer and other opposition lawmakers.