DRENCHED COMPARED PHOTO: P.M, Rishi Sunak, mocked as he is called a drowned rat as rain poured on his suit during General Elections interview on Sky News KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Wednesday, May 22, 2024

DRENCHED COMPARED PHOTO: P.M, Rishi Sunak, mocked as he is called a drowned rat as rain poured on his suit during General Elections interview on Sky News

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that P.M, Rishi Sunak, mocked as he is called a drowned rat as rain poured on his suit during General Elections interview on Sky News.

Rishi Sunak was drowned out by protesters playing “Things Can Only Get Better” as he announced a snap general election.

The Prime Minister announced a summer election in the pouring rain for Thursday July 4 in a shock announcement outside Downing Street on Wednesday.

In a seven-minute speech in heavy rain he described how he vowed he has "never and will never leave the people of this country to face the darkest of days alone".

Unforgivably, the Prime Minister hadn’t even taken the precaution of getting someone with an umbrella to stand next to him. If I were in Number 10, I’d take a close look at staff bank accounts over the next six weeks; whichever bright spark decided to send Sunak out in the rain was almost certainly in the pay of Big Starmer.

Then the music started. “Things can only get better!”, someone, presumably the deeply antisocial Mr Bray, had managed to blare (or should that be Blair) out of their speakers, partly drowning out the drenched PM. The sentiment might be true for Bray, who will no doubt return to the career in eating gravel and screaming at bus stops from whence he came once the election is over. But the chances of it proving true for the country seem very slim indeed.

Meanwhile, the area around Downing Street had morphed into a vision of hell. Biblical rain thudded and splashed onto the pavement. Broadcast journalists visibly salivated at the prospect of a Labour landslide. The #StopBrexit man Steve Bray was on his megaphone yelling “Tories out, Tories out, Tories out”. Hieronymus Bosch meets The Beano.

Unforgivably, the Prime Minister hadn’t even taken the precaution of getting someone with an umbrella to stand next to him. If I were in Number 10, I’d take a close look at staff bank accounts over the next six weeks; whichever bright spark decided to send Sunak out in the rain was almost certainly in the pay of Big Starmer.

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