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Rishi Sunak Will Become the Next United Kingdom Prime Minister

Rishi Sunak Will Become the Next United Kingdom Prime Minister

Sunak’s tenure will officially begin when His Majesty King Charles III appoints him at Buckingham Palace, which will likely happen tomorrow.

Rishi Sunak, the former chancellor, will become the 57th British prime minister after Liz Truss resigned after seven weeks.

Leader of the House of Commons Penny Mordaunt pulled out of the running because it was evident that Sunak had most of the votes. The candidate needed 100 votes. Last I checked, Sunak had 194, and Mordaunt had 90.

The government has not announced when Sunak will become the leader of the Conservative Party.

The member of parliament becomes the leader of his or her respected party when appointed as prime minister.

Sunak will be Britain’s first British Asian prime minister. He’s also the fastest-rising prime minister since he’s only been in parliament for seven years.

Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the 1922 Committee, announced the news.

Liz Truss tweeted that Sunak has her “full support.”

The UK is in an economic mess like the rest of the world. Sunak has to show he can balance the books and bring stability to the country and the Conservative Party.

The leftist parties in the UK criticized the Tories for electing a third prime minister without a general election:

Angela Rayner, Labour’s deputy leader, said: “The Tories have crowned Rishi Sunak as Prime Minister without him saying a single word about how he would run the country and without anyone having the chance to vote.

“This is the same Rishi Sunak who as Chancellor failed to grow the economy, failed to get a grip on inflation, and failed to help families with the Tory cost of living crisis.”

She added: “Rishi Sunak has no mandate and no idea what working people need. We need a general election so the public get a say on the future of Britain – and the chance for a fresh start with Labour.”

Sunak already ruled out a general election. Senior Tory MP Simon Hoare said, “He is actually going to hit the ground running. We have no time to lose. Certainly, he said that there will be no early general election.”

A source leaked some information from the behind-closed-doors speech Munak gave the 1922 Committee:

A Red Wall MP said Rishi Sunak described Boris Johnson, Liz Truss and Penny Mordaunt as “all good Conservative colleagues and friends” when he addressed the 1922 Committee.

The Tory leader told MPs “we’re united behind the policy and now cannot afford the indulgence of division over personality”, the source said.

The MP said Mr Sunak told the party: “We have one chance. It is unite or die.”

There were three standing ovations and “the mood was electric”, the source said, adding they had “never seen anything like it before at the 1922”.

Another source:

One MP in the room said: “He reaffirmed the whole agenda of levelling up. And that we are in support of low taxation but we only do that when the time is right, when it is affordable, when it is liberal.

“And that has been the lesson of the last few weeks – that unfunded delivery isn’t good politics, isn’t good for markets.

“But a reaffirmation of those basic Conservative principles – support enterprise, support business, the engine that funds our health service.”

How a Prime Minister is Appointed

I’m an Anglophile. I’ve been obsessed with everything Great Britain since junior high, so I’ll give you the low down on how one becomes prime minister.

The UK did not need a general election for Truss and now Sunak to be prime minister:

If an election results in an overall majority for a different party (as in 1997), the incumbent Prime Minister will resign and the Monarch will invite the winning party’s leader to form a government. If the election result is unclear (as in 2010) then political parties must establish who is able to form the next government.

If a Prime Minister chooses to resign when their administration has an overall majority (as in 2022 – twice), it is for the party or parties in government (and their members) to identify who can be chosen as the successor. The Prime Minister only formally resigns and recommends a successor to the Monarch once this process is over.

Then the Monarch will appoint the prime minister. His Majesty King Charles III is headed back to London.

Sunak will likely meet with The King tomorrow at Buckingham Palace:

The arrangements for a change in Prime Minister are usually made by the Monarch and Prime Minister’s respective private secretaries. Buckingham Palace will call an incoming premier, telling them to “stand by” or summoning them to see the Monarch at a particular time. Harold Wilson and James Callaghan both recall being asked when it would “be convenient” for them to meet the Monarch.

Following an election, a new premier will usually arrive at Buckingham Palace (or another Royal residence) in their own car and leave in the Prime Minister’s official vehicle, although there are exceptions: In 2010 David Cameron was driven to the Palace in the prime ministerial Jaguar despite not being Prime Minister.


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It’s all a bit of a joke over here at the moment. Liz’s problem is that the peoples vote for her was not approved by the BBC so they spent the best part of 5 weeks undermining her from the get go.

Basically we’re fucked as this is all being used to pathe the way for Labour (think of Democrats but dumber and with Northern British accents).

Britain now has a globalist WEF and globalist WEF king who believe that open market capitalism is dead. Citizens didn’t voted for it and their won’t be a general election any time soon. Should be good.


“Britain now has a globalist WEF PM and globalist WEF king

    Is he a WEF underling? I don’t know much about him.
    A sure “tell” of his value-system is how he deals with the UK’s disastrous “green” policies, which, tragically, the new King is all on board with, and then some!
    If works towards repairing the energy needs of the UK – be prepared for an all out fight from Labor party, media and all the other usual suspects.
    But anyone who doesn’t work to fix that first, is working for the enemy.

      Certified WEF. I saw him quoted declaring the era of free market capitalism to be over. I don’t understand Parliamentary politics and really don’t understand what it is to be “conservative” in Britain but it is really shocking to me that the majority Conservative party was so easily co-opted by the WEF. And no one gets to vote on it, before or after. So shit just “happens” over there? People and parties are powerless? How does that work? At least here, you have to steal elections and openly bribe people.

      ….just looked him up and, yup, he is a WEF acolyte and his wife is a mega-WEF member, all in on digitized currency etc.
      Watch out UK! You’re being had!

      healthguyfsu in reply to DelightLaw1. | October 24, 2022 at 12:59 pm

      He was a top dog at Goldman Sachs and was fast-tracked up the political ladder in a country known for a plodding process….pretty much tells you all you need to know.

    Sadly you are probably right about Sunak. Poor Liz Truss was no Thatcher and apparently in way over her head. However there is suspicion she was done in for daring to even mildly question the globalists. Check out this bracing commentary:

      After watching that video, anyone who believes our chances of defeating the WEF agenda are better by throwing our best fighter Trump to the wolves in hopes a more refined and polite champion like DeSantis will calm things down just doesn’t get it. Trump is getting all of this attention because he is the only one out there who has been effective in holding the line. What just happened in the UK with the Conservative Party will happen here, we are right at the brink regardless of the elections, if we surrender the fight Trump is fighting mostly by himself.

      I’m getting nervous about DeSantis. He may not be the champion he seems to be. It would be depressing were his ambition to blind him just like it did Cruz. DeSantis’ fate is entirely in the hands of Trump and going against him would be political suicide. Working with Trump means DeSantis becomes POTUS in 2028 or earlier. In the meantime, the steamrolling of the Uniparty would continue briskly. DeSantis can end it all. But he would probably end up very wealthy were he to cave to the temptation.

        Nothing you just wrote has anything whatsoever in any shape or form to do with the article, and it does not follow that because the Tory Party is liberal and did not like Liz Truss trying to do conservative things that Trump could win in 2024, or that Ron DeSantis (who has done a great deal on issues Trump literally ignored through his presidency) is bad.

Whoopee Peabody | October 24, 2022 at 12:52 pm

“This is the same Rishi Sunak who as Chancellor failed to grow the economy, failed to get a grip on inflation….”

This is the same Rishi Sunak who is the 222nd richest person in Britain, with an estimated fortune of £730m—so he is not too worried about inflation.

I’m going to withhold judgement on this choice, ignore every word and tweet from before this instant, as well as anything anybody says he did or didn’t do, until this instant.

Starting now.

We’ll see how this works out for the UK. Some people seem perfectly competent until placed into power, some you wouldn’t trust with a book of matches and turn out to be wonderful leaders. Let us see his actions.

John Sullivan | October 24, 2022 at 2:13 pm

“He’s also the fastest-rising prime minister since he’s only been in parliament for seven years.”

Well, the fastest rising PM since the 18th Century anyway. William Pitt the Younger had been in Parliament only 3 years when he became PM at the age of 24.

Let’s hope the UK’s experience with their POC works out better than our results with the Kenyan.

E Howard Hunt | October 24, 2022 at 2:19 pm

It’s appropriate that Jaguar is now Indian.

Listened to a podcast today and the Backbencher who was on giving the rundown of the Liz Disaster mentioned this guy as one of two likely choices. Guess he was right. Wonder if he can bring Andrew Bailey of The Bank of England under control or oust him. That guy is why Liz got axed so fast

Their party was gifted an 80-seat majority and a clear mandate and they just forgot what “conservative” even meant. It’s a joke. Their party deserves to fade away,

    CommoChief in reply to geronl. | October 24, 2022 at 7:08 pm

    It would be extremely helpful if our establishment figures within the r party would take a few minutes to observe the fortunes of the Tory party since the Brexit vote. Delay and deny and put off into working groups didn’t help.

    Rip off the bandaid in one motion. If not the momentum for achieving something dissipates. There are too many trough swilling grifters in DC who will use any excuse to prevent an end to their lively hood of graft. Too many vested interests who genuinely believe that they are entitled to the continued backing from Uncle Sugar.

    He’s the Kevin McCarthy of England.

I give the guy until about Dec. 31 this year. British politics is similar to ours, locked tight among immovable interests. May literally be eventually settled in the streets.

ThePrimordialOrderedPair | October 24, 2022 at 9:29 pm

It appears that Rishi Sunak was a green card holder right up until last year. Is that f*cked up, or what? On all parts – ours, theirs, and his. Why the hell would this guy have wanted a green card? How the hell did he get one? What the hell did he use it for?? I thought you have to reside in America for a good bit in order to keep your green card … WTFFF??

The retarded and criminal elites in the West have completely denigrated and debased the notion of “citizen” and “national sovereignty”. It is disgusting.

Something happened to everyone who tried to oppose this unpopular man. Suddenly all Liz Truss’ government ran away from her and we still don’t know why, her appointment of the wrong finance minister and quickly replacing him isn’t enough for a real explanation. BoJo who said “anyone but Sunak” decided not to oppose him. Penny Mordaunt probably appeared too late to matter.

Somehow TPTB would not be satisfied with anyone but Sunak. Not a good look.

Watch Boris come back as “savior” after the new year.