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UK To Hold Election July 4 – British PM

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (UK), Rishi Sunak has said the country’s general election is scheduled to hold on July 4, 2024.

The British PM said, “I spoke with His Majesty the King to request the dissolution of parliament. The king has granted this request and we will have a general election on July 4.”

However, the country’s inflation rate dropped drastically to 2.3%, the lowest level in almost three years, according to recent data, which prompted the prime minister to make her declaration.

This is an encouraging development, according to the ruling Conservative Party.


One of the five promises made by the prime minister in January 2023 was to cut inflation, which at the end of 2022 had risen to more than 11 percent.

The most recent statistics, according to Sunak, indicate a “major moment for the economy” and “brighter days are ahead.”

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