We’re not quite sure why he’s stylised the ‘for’ like that. It comes across as more Anti-Climactic Four than Fantastic Four.
So let us offer something a bit more refreshing, Mr Sunak. How about ‘Sunak Rather Than Later’, ‘Your Rishi Is My Command’ or arguably our most provocative suggestion which will really worry other candidates: ‘Don’t You Rish Your PM Was Hot Like Me?’
\u201cI\u2019m standing to be the next leader of the Conservative Party and your Prime Minister.\n\nLet\u2019s restore trust, rebuild the economy and reunite the country. #Ready4Rishi\n\nSign up \ud83d\udc49 https://t.co/KKucZTV7N1\u201d
\u201cThe next Conservative leader needs to be able to unite the party and win an election. \n\nThe next Prime Minister needs integrity, experience, and a tax-cutting plan for economic growth.\n\nThat's why I'm standing. Join @TeamSaj\u201d
The former defence secretary and paymaster general announced her bid on Sunday, and decided to go for a hashtag and website which is simply ‘PM 4 PM’.
Again, we don’t know what it is with the number four which gets Conservatives so excited...
And to think ‘In For A Penny’ was staring her in the face…
\u201cToday I launch my campaign to be the next leader of the Conservative & Unionist Party and Prime Minister.\n\nI am a problem solver, with a proven record of delivery.\n\nOur country faces huge challenges, but with the right leader our best days can still lie ahead.\u201d
— Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP (@Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP)