Motelblinds

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The Right Honourable

Sir Motelblinds

KP GBE KCT MP MLA
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Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
In office
21 February 2021 – 22 March 2021
DeputyYoumaton
Preceded byYoumaton
First Minister of Northern Ireland
Assumed office
27 June 2021
Preceded byABrokenHero
Leader of Solidarity
In office
3 September 2020 – 22 March 2021
Preceded byPosition Created
Succeeded byKarlYonedaStan
Leader of Sinn Féin
Assumed office
12 June 2021
Preceded byABrokenHero
Member of Parliament for Lancashire South
Assumed office
14 February 2021
Preceded byka4bi
Personal details
Born
Motelblinds
Political partyLabour (TBD-September 2020)
Solidarity (September 2020-present)

Motelblinds is an Irish politician who served as Prime Minister from the 21 February 2021 until 22 March 2021 as well as the Leader of Solidarity from 3 September 2020, when he founded the party, until 22 March 2021.

Firmly on the left-wing of politics, he was previously a member of the Labour Party and served in several shadow cabinet portfolios, including as Shadow Secretary of State for Defence under ARichTeaBiscuit, who later defected to Solidarity as well.

In the 2021 New Year's honours list, he was raised to the Dukedom of Derry and he sat in the House of Lords until February 2021. Motelblinds is credited with founding a new party and leading it to

significant success in a relatively short period of time, with it gaining a seat in the House of Commons in a by-election and surpassing the traditionally dominant Labour party in national polling in a matter of months.

Background

Final days of leadership

In the February 2021 United Kingdom general election, Motelblinds assumed the Parliamentary Seat for the Lancashire South Constituency and from the 21 February 2021 he served as the Prime Minister of the 28th Government, leading a coalition of Solidarity, the Labour Party and the Welsh National Party with the Progressive Workers Party in a Confidence and Supply agreement.

He would resign as leader of Solidarity and as Prime Minister early into March, stepping aside after a leadership contest that was won by KarlYonedaStan who succeed him.