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In the United Kingdom, Rishi Sunak mocked a video about the dangers of cell phones in school

In the United Kingdom, Rishi Sunak mocked a video about the dangers of cell phones in school

Ex/Rishi Sunak Rishi Sunak posted a video on February 19, 2024 advocating a ban on cell phones in schools.

Ex/Rishi Sunak

Rishi Sunak posted a video on February 19, 2024 advocating a ban on cell phones in schools.

International – Maybe he shouldn't have done it. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wanted to defend the ban on cell phones in schools in a video released on Monday, February 19. But instead of his message, his performance grabbed the attention.

The video was posted on the conservative prime minister's social media accounts. He faces the camera and begins to say“One of the biggest problems with children…” But he was cut off by the ringing of his smartphone. He hangs up without answering, puts his phone back in his jacket pocket and resumes his rant.

“One of the biggest problems for children and teachers every day…”, He continues. His phone rings again and he hangs up again. Then proceed “…the impact of this…” The music plays for the third time, and an angry Rishi Sunak throws his phone out of frame.

“difficult”

“See how frustrating this is? »Then he declared. “Nearly one-third of high school students [équivalent du lycée, NDLR] He says their classes are interrupted by phones. We know they can be distracting and disruptive in class.”He condemns.

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“Many schools have already banned them, resulting in a better environment for students. We're rolling out new rules so other schools get the support they need to do the same, Then Rishi Sunak declares. We want to make sure our children get the education they deserve. »

The video also became an opportunity for netizens to poke fun at the Prime Minister's acting skills if the move proved divisive in the UK. “ You are a terrible actor”, “Terrible acting”, “Terrible acting”, “I suspect those phone calls are from his PR team begging you not to make that horrible video”..

Other Britons seem reassured by the prime minister's performance. “You are a good actor. Have you ever considered acting as a career rather than politics? “, one asks. Another also writes: “And Oscar goes …” Or are they contradictory?

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