HomeBreaking News#Keir Starmer: New UK Prime Minister's Profile, Visit To King Charles, Maiden Speech. (Video)

#Keir Starmer: New UK Prime Minister’s Profile, Visit To King Charles, Maiden Speech. (Video)

Emerging reports on Friday, July 5, disclosed that Keir Starmer has officially become the UK’s new prime minister after a meeting with King Charles III.

As reported by Sky News, the Labour leader had his meeting in Buckingham Palace after Rishi Sunak stepped down following the worst-ever general election result for the Conservatives.

 

Headlinenews.news reported that Labour won the election on Thursday, July 4, with a huge parliamentary majority of 174, following a collapse in support for the Conservatives. As reported by The Telegraph, Rishi Sunak made a statement on Downing Street on Friday morning, in which he announced his resignation as Prime Minister and stepped down as party leader.

He then travelled to Buckingham Palace for an audience with the king, to formally tender his resignation. Starmer takes over from Sunak officially Starmer now takes over as the first Labour prime minister in 14 years – and the seventh Labour prime minister ever. Following the meeting, the king’s spokesman said he requested that Starmer form a new administration. “Sir Keir accepted His Majesty’s offer and kissed hands upon his appointment as prime minister and first lord of the Treasury,” he said.

Starmer will now be driven to Downing Street to address the nation for the first time as prime minister.

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak concedes defeat Earlier, Headlinenew.news reported that Rishi Sunak, the outgoing Prime Minister of the UK, has conceded defeat in the general election held on Thursday, July 4. In a statement, Sunak acknowledged the poll results, which saw the Labour Party win a majority of seats in the House of Commons. Sunak took responsibility for the Conservative Party’s loss, saying, “The British people have delivered a sobering verdict tonight, and I take responsibility for the loss.

 

Headlinenews wishes Nigerians future peaceful elections organisation and voting. We can do it and must make a concerted effort to do this. Party agents & representatives should not be seen. They ought to be at the collation centres if need be. However, the use of digitalisation and modern technology should reduce manual interference. Nigerian voters need a peaceful quiet environment to fulfil their civic duties. Different ethnic groups should register in their geopolitical zones and cast their votes there for peaceful elections henceforth.
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