Rishi Sunak Vs Keir Starmer… The people of Britain will choose their leader today

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Rishi Sunak has traveled thousands of miles in the last few weeks to sharpen his election campaign. Now is the time for a decision. With the voting on Thursday, the people here will give their verdict on Sunak's 20-month tenure as Prime Minister and the four Conservative Prime Ministers before him.

Voting will take place in Britain on Thursday.

The people of Britain will vote on Thursday and elect their leader. Here Conservative Party leader Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is in direct competition with Labour Party leader Keir Starmer. According to the exit polls that have come so far, Sunak seems to be losing power this time. However, PM Sunak has not accepted defeat. He was seen trying to win people over till the last moment of the election campaign. Votes will be cast for the general election in the United Kingdom on Thursday. Its results will also come by late night or the next morning.

Rishi Sunak has traveled thousands of miles in the last few weeks to sharpen his election campaign. Now is the time for a decision. With the voting on Thursday, the people here will give their verdict on Sunak's 20-month tenure as Prime Minister and the four Conservative Prime Ministers before him. It is believed that this time Britain may trust the Labor Party, which has been waiting to come to power since 2005.

Sunak completed the

During a busy schedule in the last two days of the election campaign, Sunak visited a food distribution warehouse, a supermarket, a farm. He repeatedly stressed that the result of the election is not a foregone conclusion. The Conservative leader, who will be in office from October 2022, said, 'People can see that we have turned a corner' It has been a few difficult years, but undoubtedly things are better now than they were before.

The Labor Party is also in full swing

Sunak's biggest opponent Keir Starmer's Labour Party is also putting in its best efforts, the party has constantly warned people to vote wisely. Keir Starmer himself has launched a six-week campaign urging people to give his centre-left party a chance and vote for change. Most people, including analysts and politicians, are hopeful that this time the public may support him.

The country is looking for new ideas

Douglas Beatty, a former Labour candidate, told AP that the country is looking for new energy away from a tired and divided government. He quipped that people are fed up with the mistakes of the Conservative Party. Actually, the journey has not been good for Sunak so far. Apart from this, the image of his party also kept deteriorating among the public. It started with Boris Johnson when he was seen partying during the Covid 19 lockdown. After this, his successor Liz Truss shook the economy weakened by Covid by announcing huge tax cuts. This made the crisis of living even worse and continued for 49 days. There was widespread dissatisfaction on many issues, from poor public health care system to crumbling infrastructure.