The chairman of the so-called 1922 committee (which brings together conservative deputies without portfolios) has confirmed that a sufficient number of lawmakers have requested the vote.
British Prime Minister, boris johnsonto be submitted this monday internal condemnation After the Conservative Party received enough letters to begin the vote, it announced the formation.
The chairman of the so-called 1922 committee (which brings together conservative deputies without portfolios), Graham Brady, confirmed that a sufficient number of lawmakers had requested the vote.
Laughter in St. Paul’s Cathedral was a harbinger of the glories of the Platinum Jubilee that awaited Boris Johnson. ‘Premier’ faces growing rebellion among ‘Tory’ deputies, who have mocked forced censorship Against his own leader, in his lowest hours due to a hangover from ‘Partygate’.
Boris Johnson is today the worst member of his own government among conservative bases. 56% of voters believe the premier lied to the public And 57% think that “it is not in contact with the working class”. A more recent poll places the Conservative Party 20 points behind the Labor Party (28% to 48%) in the special election in Wakefield, which so far marks the rebuilding of the ‘Tories’ in the ‘Red Belt’ of northern England.
‘Premier’ is worryingly losing its allies, such as ‘Brexitera’ Andrea Leadsom, who last week criticized the “unacceptable failures of their leadership”. Party stalwarts such as former Foreign Secretary William Hague see a no-confidence motion as inevitable. And “Tories” internal sources assure “The Sunday Times” that the number of rebels has already reached 67, enough to keep him on the ropes.
Johnson very happily promised them and claimed to feel “right” even after the full publication of Senior Officer Sue Grey’s internal report on ‘Partygate’. The initial complacency and the computationally ambiguous way in which he acknowledged his “responsibility” lack of leadership (In the end, the police fined 126 for violating COVID rules, including one for him) They ended up taking their toll.
downing street reakin The ranks have also been slow and late in defending his tenant in distress, in contrast to his government’s previous answers. His communications chief, Gutto Harri, has contributed in his own way to Snowball, admitting that he took advantage of the platinum jubilee break to watch Shakespeare’s ‘Julius Caesar’, without mentioning who played Brutus in real life. The leader is ready to kill him.
‘The Daily Mail’, which continues to defend Johnson against rebellion against “pathetic and narcissistic duties”, has identified Deputy Aaron Bell as Brut, who in February demanded his resignation because of parties in Downing Street. A letter to be sent was confirmed. Anger For the ban on the funeral of his grandmother in 2020 during the lockdown.
Another contender for Brutus is former Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, a longtime rival of the Conservative leadership. Although he has publicly declared that it is not the time to change leaders, Hunt attended a secret meeting of the rebel Tories two weeks ago and may be preparing for his second attack.
Among the likely candidates is the chairman of the parliamentary committee on foreign affairs Tom Tugendhat, a veteran of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and one of the first to take off the gloves against Johnson. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss holds one of the best positions in a rivalry with Education Secretary Nadim Zhawi, the main man in charge of the vaccine campaign. Treasury Secretary Rishi Sunak has experienced in just a few weeks Huge drop in popularity rankingWhile the most valuable member of Johnson’s cabinet is Defense Minister Ben Wallace.
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Michael Tory, a financier who has donated more than 400,000 euros to the Conservative Party over the past decade, has added fuel to the fire by warning that the Tories will face “the next election and in the next ten years” if There is no “immediate change of leadership” that happens.
Recent elections and discontent with Johnson that Tory voters have expressed themselves to their duties in recent weeks alarms have gone off, “Johnson’s winning trump card was popularity, and the public’s reaction to his arrival in St. Paul is a sign that he is no longer popular,” said a former member of his government who preferred not to be identified.
Labor opposition leader Keir Starmer said: “Boeing shows that people are fed up with this government and especially its attitude towards the cost of life crisis.” And prefer to leave ‘PartyGate’ in the background. The main concern of the British.
Johnson tried to put the ‘PartyGate’ scandal behind him and late announced a tax on excessive profits and subsidies from energy companies for less favored households due to a rise in electricity bills. The measure has had no effect and 55% of British people feel that the government has not given them enough support to reduce Cost of living crisis.
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