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  1. I am not optimistic for the future PM of britain. He’s going to be from the same party as May, Johnson and Truss, it’s forseeable that he’s going to implement the same type of politics the other 3 did, albeit with a different packaging.
    Britain needs to make a true change in policies to get out of the hole they dug themselves in. They have one of the highest inflation rates of the G7 countries and the EURO area.
    One has to admit when something doesn’t work and go back to the drawing board.

    1. Same inflation rate as er,…Germany actually. But as expected,”Bash Britain” is alive and well on Youtube.

    1. Not a full one with the winning political party with the most seats in parliament choosing the prime minister!!

    1. @James Oakley Next election will be December 2025… He’s Brit indeed. Though parents were born in Africa to his Indian grannies. …Some compare Rishi to Obama’s 2008’s election. Nonsense!!🤦🏽‍♂️ Obama was elected. After a brutal Democratic primary campaign which more than 30 million people voted in, he was tapped by them to contest the general election, which he won handily. … Meanwhile, Rishi was selected by his colleagues to lead them. That’s like selecting a state Speaker (leader of a party inside a legislature). ___ He would never had won with the members of the party. Now, other European countries will be annoyed about diversity of their PMs. Rishi is not white. 🤷🏾‍♂️ … UK is not the USA. It’s an old world nation built on ethno-national foundation. Poor Rishi, he doesn’t get it. ___ *The MPs should have picked Penny!!* People can relate to her. She’s hard to hate. Eloquent and intelligent. Just look at her sign language speech in Parliament and how she deals with hecklers. Impressive. (BTW, I’m not white).🙋🏾‍♂️

  2. Great news! Many congratulations to Mr.Rishi Sunak, member of the British Parliament, from the conservative party, being elected as the future Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. I wish him good luck in bringing back the crippled British economy on the track.

  3. Was there NOWHERE else in the UK to sit for that interview than directly beside the town Cryer?! 🤣🤣🤣

  4. The timing could have been impeccable for DIWALI celebration. He’s smart, young and most of all very, very wealthy beyond the party’s dream.

    1. Thinking Mind Take Rishi then!! we don’t want him, and the next election, he’ll be gone!🤡💩💩🤡

  5. As a Brit, I can say I’m more concerned about how our government can stimulate our economy, slow or decrease inflation and find a way to support the growing number of people who have, insurmountable energy bills. Whilst I acknowledge the significance of Mr Sunak being the first ethnic British PM and wish him well. It concerns me that CNN thinks the British people are more bothered by the colour of skin or what genitalia someone has as opposed to the fact we have had 2 PMs in less than 2 months who haven’t been voted for by the electorate!

  6. Thank you India in helping UK on how to run the country professionally, it shows Indian superiority in Europe ❤️❤️

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