Is Sunak or Starmer fit to be PM? People in Cardiff agreed on one thing

One man stole the BBC election debate when he made headlines by asking Sunak and Starmer if they really are the best options voters have when they take to the polls. "Are you two seriously the best we have got to be the next PM of our great country?," said Robert Blackstock, from Nottinghamshire.

Mr Blackstock called Sunak "a mediocre" PM and said he believed Starmer was being controlled by senior members of the Labour party. In Cardiff's canal quarter, many people echoed his views when we asked whether they believed Rishi Sunak or Keir Starmer were fit to be the next PM.

Phil Lang, from Merthyr Tydfil, said: "I don't think either of them are capable of governing this country."

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Harvey Parkhouse said similarly: "I don't think either of them are fit to be Prime Minister, I don't think either of them have the right intentions and there's not a lot for young people." He added the main thing he thinks the next PM needs to tackle is the cost-of-living crisis and soaring house and rent prices.

Will Larkin added: "No-one really wants to vote for Sunak and no-one wants to vote for Starmer." He said he would be avoiding voting for either of the two main parties.

Charlie Page-Smith, who is completing a placement year at a law firm in Cardiff summed up the choice: "I think it's a pick of a bad bunch realistically." Watch the video in full above.