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    Ryanair Mocks Outgoing UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak with Viral Post

    Ryanair, the renowned low-cost airline, has ignited a wave of social media buzz with a cheeky post aimed at outgoing UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. The post, which has quickly gone viral, humorously suggests that Ryanair has a seat ready for Sunak, following his defeat in the UK parliamentary elections.

    As the election results unfolded, it became evident that Keir Starmer and his centre-left Labour Party secured a significant majority in Parliament, with over 326 seats out of 650. In contrast, Rishi Sunak’s Conservative Party managed to secure only 70 seats, signaling a decisive victory for Labour amid ongoing concerns over the cost-of-living crisis and anti-incumbency sentiments.

    Ryanair’s playful jab at Sunak features an image of the former Prime Minister seated on one of their flights, accompanied by a caption that playfully offers him a seat in case he loses his parliamentary constituency of Richmond and Northallerton. The post has garnered over 2.6 million views and sparked thousands of amused reactions across social media platforms.

    Among the responses, one user praised the ad as “the first genuinely funny ad I’ve seen in ages,” while another quipped about Sunak not even having a window seat. The airline’s lighthearted approach to current events is well-known, and this latest post has further cemented its reputation for witty and timely social media engagement.

    Rishi Sunak’s decision to call for early elections in May, despite trailing Labour significantly in opinion polls, was met with surprise and ultimately contributed to what has been described as a challenging campaign for the Conservative Party. His appearance on ITV’s This Morning chat show during the campaign’s final stages also attracted criticism and added to the turbulent atmosphere surrounding the election.

    Sources By Agencies

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