UK General Election to be on 4th July

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British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has today announced that the next UK General Election will take place on Thursday 4th July.

Sir Keir Starmer's Labour Party are the favourites to win, although many are also predicting a Hung Parliament as in 1910, 1929, 1974, 2010 and 2017...

 
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As Sunak speaks the sound of "Things Can Only Get Better" by D:Ream rings out, probably by Labour supporters. The 1993 song, by the band that the now world renowned physicist Professor Brian Cox was a member of, was the Labour Party's anthem during its successful 1997 General Election campaign...

 

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Farage says Sunak has called a snap election because Sunak is scared of the Brexiteer leader.

Farage also predicts a demolition of the Tory Party by Keir Starmer's Labour and the end of the world's oldest surviving political party...

 
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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer, who the King WILL appoint as the new British Prime Minister on 5th July, makes his speech after the Prime Minister announced today that the 58th British General Election will be held on 4th July.

Starmer - the former Director of Public Prosecutions - is almost certainly to be elected Prime Minister and Labour returned to power for the first time since 2010.

The PM-To-Be made his speech in front of a podium bearing the word "CHANGE" as the 2024 British General Election campaigning gets under way...

 
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Sunak calls a General Election in the pouring rain and gets soaking wet. Not good PR for a man who wants to continue to run a country of 70 million.

Meanwhile, his Labour rival and favourite to win the election Starmer puts on a confident speech indoors in the dry.

Yet another disastrous day for the Conservative Party.

Were the Tories rattled by something and panicked and called an election... in the rain?

And if they were panicked, what was it that panicked them?

 
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The British Government has asked King Charles III to dissolve Parliament on 30th May

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has today announced a snap General Election to be held on Thursday 4th July

Mystery as to why Sunak called a snap election - What panicked him and why did he announce it in the rain?

Britain has a booming economy, growing faster than rivals France, Germany and USA.

 
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Foreign Secretary and former Prime Minister Lord Cameron was captured on a domestic Ring doorbell as he campaigned in the constituency of Eastleigh, Hampshire, with Eastleigh Tory MP Paul Holmes.

 

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Representatives from the major parties in Great Britain faced each other in a seven-way debate ahead of the 58th UK General Election on 4 July.

Conservatives' Penny Mordaunt (who famously presented a sword to the King during the Coronation), Labour's Angela Rayner, Stephen Flynn from the SNP, Liberal Democrats' Daisy Cooper, Green Party's Carla Denyer, Plaid Cymru's Rhun ap Iorwerth and Nigel Farage of Reform UK joined the BBC election debate on Friday night.

The politicians answered questions from the audience on topics including immigration and the NHS, and clashed over the armed forces and climate policy.

They also spoke about Prime Minister Rishi Sunak apologising after leaving the 80th anniversary of D-Day even early.

 
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General Election '24: Farage set to be Britain's Leader of the Opposition

Nigel Farage's Right-Wing Reform UK are just one point behind the Tories and are set to be Starmer's Labour Party's Opposition after the Election.

Labour are set to win in a a huge landslide on 4th July and Keir Starmer will be installed as Prime Minister by the King on 5th July.

However, Right-Wing Reform UK, recently taken over by former UKIP leader and Brexit frontman Farage, are set to be the Opposition.

The new poll is the first since the uproar over Prime Minister Rishi Sunak leaving the D-Day commemorations early...

 
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I'm a subscriber to Mahyar Tousi. He is a good immigrant. He was born in Iran but came to Britain as a young boy to escape the tyrannical regime in that unfortunate country and is now a proud Brit and Brexiteer and Farage supporter.
 
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