UK Election Set for July 4th

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak today announced that the UK’s general election has been set for July 4th.

PM Sunak announced that he has requested to King Charles that parliament be dissolved, a request that was granted.

This gives the UK’s politicians a short time to campaign for election, however many say that the election is already decided.

The main opposition, the Labour Party, are up an average of 20 points over PM Sunak’s Conservative Party, making a Labour win highly likely in the upcoming election.

In an attempt to reinforce his side, PM Sunak announced the election while also announcing a fall in inflation rates, although he also admitted that he “cannot and will not claim that we have got everything right.”