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Awkward moment the Prime Minister is introduced as Rishi ‘Sumak’ by Tory candidate who described the premier as his ‘tech bro from another mo’

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This is the awkward moment the Prime Minister was introduced as Rishi ‘Sumak’ at his latest stop on the campaign trail.

Despite claiming that the premier was his ‘tech bro from another mo’, fellow Tory candidate Ben Everitt appeared to have difficult pronouncing his boss’ surname.

Mr Sunak appeared to shake off the misstep and smiled and waved to the crowd gathered at a cherry picker manufacturer near Milton Keynes.

But it wasn’t the only uncomfortable moment for the PM on the visit, after an unfortunate camera angle made it look as if he was wearing Mickey Mouse ears.

While hitting the campaign trail hard earlier today, the weary PM got a rather awkward intro from a fellow Tory candidate when he hilariously mispronounced his name

While hitting the campaign trail hard earlier today, the weary PM got a rather awkward intro from a fellow Tory candidate when he hilariously mispronounced his name

At the Niftylift's factory near Milton Keynes earlier today Sunak was faced with a tough firing line of questions, which ultimately forced him to apologies over his part in Partygate

At the Niftylift’s factory near Milton Keynes earlier today Sunak was faced with a tough firing line of questions, which ultimately forced him to apologies over his part in Partygate 

At the same event, he also managed to get snapped in an unfortunate position, where it looked like he was wearing Mickey Mouse ears

At the same event, he also managed to get snapped in an unfortunate position, where it looked like he was wearing Mickey Mouse ears

After hosting a Q&A session, Sir Keir went to take a group selfie with dozens of student nurses and trainee medics - but appeared to be rejected by a baby who hilariously turned down a photo opportunity by blocking the camera with his hand

After hosting a Q&A session, Sir Keir went to take a group selfie with dozens of student nurses and trainee medics – but appeared to be rejected by a baby who hilariously turned down a photo opportunity by blocking the camera with his hand 

It proved to be another day of awkward moments for election candidates of all colours, after Labour’s Keir Starmer was snubbed by a baby.

After hosting a Q&A session, Sir Keir went to take a group selfie with dozens of student nurses and trainee medics – but appeared to be rejected by the infant who hilariously turned down a photo opportunity by blocking the camera with his hand.

Meanwhile Lib Dem chief Ed Davey continued his recent trend of stunts. 

Today’s shenanigans involved hosting interviews down a giant inflatable slip ‘n slide in Frome, Somerset. 

Earlier this week he was paddle boarding on Windermere, the scene of a highly controversial effluent spillage in February, where he fell off the board five times in 15 minutes.

The Lib Dem leader's love of a stunt saw him embark - and then rapidly disembark in an uncontrolled manner - from a paddleboard on Windermere, the scene of a highly controversial effluent spillage in February

The Lib Dem leader’s love of a stunt saw him embark – and then rapidly disembark in an uncontrolled manner – from a paddleboard on Windermere, the scene of a highly controversial effluent spillage in February

Lib Dem leader Sir Ed Davey hurtled himself down a giant slip 'n slide in an inflatable ring for his latest general election stunt this morning

Lib Dem leader Sir Ed Davey hurtled himself down a giant slip ‘n slide in an inflatable ring for his latest general election stunt this morning

At the Niftylift’s factory near Milton Keynes earlier today Mr Sunak was faced with a tough firing line of questions, which ultimately forced him to apologies over his part in Partygate.  

Health and safety officer Nick Fox, 35, jumped straight in with ‘how can anyone trust you’ after the partying that happened in Downing Street. 

He told the PM that he and his brothers weren’t able to be with their mother Christine, 66, when she died in 2020.

Mr Sunak replied: ‘Well, I’m really sorry that you lost your mum and particularly in those circumstances, because it wasn’t easy for so many people during the pandemic, the impact it had on everyone’s life.

‘And I can’t imagine what it must have been for you not to be able to be with her at that time. It’s really tough.

‘And I’m sorry for what was going on in Downing Street. And for my part, I apologise that I showed up to a meeting earlier.’

The Prime Minister went on to highlight his work as then-chancellor implementing the furlough scheme during the Covid-19 crisis.



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