I apologize… Rishi Sunak accepted defeat even before the final result, is resigning

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Eight Conservative cabinet ministers lost their seats, with Sunak holding his constituency of Richmond and Northallerton in northern England and winning 47.5% of the vote.

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak accepted defeat from Labour Party leader Keir Starmer. The Conservatives were heading towards a historic defeat in the election. Starmer is on his way to becoming the next Prime Minister of Britain. Trends have shown that the Labour Party is crossing the majority mark in the House of Commons. Rishi Sunak said that the British people have given a “serious verdict” and there is a lot to learn and consider. Sunak, Britain’s first black Prime Minister, said that the British people have given a serious verdict tonight and I take responsibility for the loss. He further said that the Labour Party has won this general election and I have called Keir Starmer to congratulate him on his victory.

Eight Conservative cabinet ministers lost their seats, with Sunak holding on to his constituency of Richmond and Northallerton in northern England and winning 47.5% of the vote. “To the many good, hard-working Conservative candidates who lost tonight despite their tireless efforts, their local record and delivery, and their dedication to their communities, I am sorry,” Sunak said. Rishi Sunak took over as prime minister in 2022 after his predecessor Liz Truss stepped down after just 45 days in office.

After ruling for 14 years, the Conservative Party faced headwinds on a number of issues. The cost of living crisis is believed to have cost the Tories dearly, with inflation set to reach 11.1% in 2022. Opinion polls showed that voters were also disappointed by the government’s mismanagement of the Covid-19 pandemic and the healthcare system. Meanwhile, addressing reporters in central London, Keir Starmer said the task of the incoming Labour government would be nothing less than “renewing the ideas that hold our country together”. Starmer said we must return politics to public service. A burden has finally been lifted from the shoulders of this great nation.

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