After Conservative MP Daniel Kawczynski, who is 6 feet 9 inches tall, shared a photo of himself standing next to the Prime Minister, Instagram users hurried to draw attention to the height disparity.
Social media users with keen eyes have quickly drawn attention to the disparity in height between Rishi Sunak and the tallest MP in Westminster.
A picture of the two of them was shared on Instagram by Tory MP Daniel Kawczynski, who is over a foot taller than the prime minister.
Mr. Kawczynski is said to be 6 foot 9 inches tall, while Mr. Sunak is said to be 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Instagram users flocked to the image’s comments section to draw attention to the two people’s glaring height disparity as they stood side by side.
More than 400 people liked one comment that said, “Saw this photo on Twitter and assumed it was photoshopped.”If you raised your worries, they are probably too high for Rishi to notice, another person added.
The phrases “Putting the’mini’ in Prime Minister” and “So this picture is real” were also mentioned. He’s not doing Sunak any favours with this photo opportunity, but it is amusing nonetheless.
“Yesterday I met the PM and raised again my concerns over the management of Shrewsbury & Telford NHS Trust,” Mr. Kawczynski said as the caption for the Instagram photo.Despite receiving £312 million for the modernization of A&E Services six years ago, Telford Council’s despicable actions have prevented work from beginning.
“These two hospitals, which are just 13 miles apart, provide care to the entire population of Shropshire and Mid Wales, yet local NHS managers have done nothing to stop Cllr Shaun Davies of Telford from acting inappropriately.
“Now is the time to begin construction as these changes are supported by a large majority of local surgeons and necessary to secure lives of underprivileged Salopians!”
The topic of controversy about Mr. Sunak’s height has arisen previously.
Most recently, a picture of him and the prime minister of Albania, Edi Rama, at No. 10 garnered attention.
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