Rishi Sunak is now the UK’s new Prime Minister and only 0.0004% of the British public voted him in as his position was decided by around 200 Tories.
There are 46,560,452 registered voters in the UK or 0.0004% who have decided the future for Britain’s economy and political future.
All major opposition parties and almost 900,000 Brits have signed a petition who are demanding an immediate general election should now take place.
The campaigners who are calling for a general election said, “This is the greatest set of challenges we have seen in our lifetimes.
“Let the people decide who leads us through this turmoil.”
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The SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford said on Monday, “The Tories cannot be allowed to impose a third prime minister without a general election, voters must get a say and the SNP is determined to ensure they do.
“The Tory government had no mandate to trash the UK economy with its disastrous budget.
“And it has no mandate to install yet another leader who will impose devastating austerity cuts, making households pay through their teeth for Tory mistakes.”
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has urged the new Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to “not unleash another round of austerity” and has also called for a “general election.”
Sturgeon wrote on Twitter, “I’d suggest one immediate decision he should take and one he certainly should not.
“He should call an early general election.
“And he should not – must not – unleash another round of austerity. Our public services will not withstand that.”
Scotland’s First Minister earlier said on Monday, “Of course, there should be a general election.
“The governance of any country cannot simply be a revolving door that one party gets to pick time and time again who occupies the highest office in the land.”
She added, “Of course, there should be a general election but do I think that is going to happen? That the Tories are voluntarily going to concede that? No, I don’t.”
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