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'The Cost of Living' projected onto Sunak's home

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'The Cost of Living' projected onto Sunak's home by Tree Elven on 22/11/2022
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With the cost of living - particularly heating and food bills - rising alarmingly in Britain, non-governmental organisation Greenpeace UK projected the trailer from a new film ,‘The Cost Of Living’, about the struggle of people in fuel poverty onto Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s constituency home in Yorkshire. The documentary tells the story of a community struggling to support themselves and each other through the cost of living crisis in food banks and community centres in the Rother Valley, also in Yorkshire. Former Chancellor Mr Sunak, who became PM subsequent to resignations in the Conservative Party rather than being elected, worked as an analyst for the investment bank Goldman Sachs between 2001 and 2004. He is married to Britain-based Indian heiress/businessperson Akshatā Nārāyan Mūrty, and they are reported to have a combined fortune of £730 million. The New Economic Foundation, which partnered with Greenpeace to make the film, says: “'The Cost of Living' shows communities in South Yorkshire, but the circumstances they face will be familiar to people right across Britain. After the longest fall in incomes on modern records, and over a decade of underfunded, crumbling public services, we are being hit with inflated energy costs that are making fossil fuel companies rich and us poor. The rise in energy prices is made much worse by our poorly insulated, leaky homes, which waste our money every time we turn on our heating." What do you think of the projection campaign?

Keywords: Greenpeace UK, Greenpeace The Cost of Living, projection onto Rishi Sunak home, Britain wealth inequality, New Economics Foundation

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