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Alison Hammond Announces Plans To Become Prime Minister

Lucy Devine

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Alison Hammond Announces Plans To Become Prime Minister

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Alison Hammond has announced her plans to become the next prime minister, and while we're not sure if she's joking, we would definitely support it.

In a dramatic week for current prime minister Boris Johnson, Alison took to Twitter to announce to her plans to her followers.

"So I’ve thought long and hard about this, I’ve decided to apply for Prime Minister! I feel I would do a grand Job. Thoughts???" She wrote.

Alison wants to run for PM (Credit: Shutterstock)
Alison wants to run for PM (Credit: Shutterstock)

And naturally, people are loving the idea. One person commented: "I fully support this leadership bid."

While another replied: "Right behind you Madam Prime Minister."

And a third added: "You’ve got my vote Alison, number 10 needs a massive ray of sunshine right now. Paint the door pink, lots of flowers outside."

And a fourth wrote: "I think you would be brilliant as prime minister."

Others even started a hashtag, #AlisonforPM. "I have said this all along! Alison Hammond, you're a legend! #AlisonForPm get the hashtag trending!" One wrote.

And another added: "Yes!! #AlisonforPM you’ve got my vote the world will be a much better and HAPPIER place."

Alison asked followers for their thoughts (Credit: Twitter)
Alison asked followers for their thoughts (Credit: Twitter)

It's certainly been a big week in Downing Street. Not only has Boris Johnson been slammed for fresh allegations over a number of alleged Christmas parties that took place last year, while Covid restrictions were in place, the PM has also been accused of lying about his Downing Street flat refurb.

The Electoral Commission fined the Conservatives £17,800 for failing to report how money was spent on interiors costing £112,549.

He's also facing backlash over the newly imposed Plan B restrictions, and, added to that, wife Carrie Johnson gave birth to the couple's second child, a daughter, earlier this week.

It's been a chaotic week for Boris (Credit: PA)
It's been a chaotic week for Boris (Credit: PA)

Tyla has contacted Alison's rep for comment.

Topics: Celebrity, Politics, News

Lucy Devine
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