Against 41% of its delegates, the big question is how long will the Tory rebels “premier” Downing Street against the siege.
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first” boris johnson He has urged his ministers to “draw a line” under partygate and “focus on issues that really matter to the people of this country”. In his first council of ministers since Monday’s internal censure motion (in which 148 of his 359 delegates voted against him), the conservative leader thanked his cabinet for its support, knowing he had growing weakness within the Conservative Party.
Johnson assured Monday’s vote was “very important” because he thinks it will serve to “leave behind the issues our adversaries are broadcasting and do what we can to help the country move forward.” Will focus exclusively on that.” “That’s what we’re going to do,” insisted the conservative leader, who will make a cascade of political announcements over the next few days and is even considering the possibility of one. Mini-crisis to restart your government.
After 1,048 days in power, Johnson faced humiliation compared to Margaret Thatcher in 1990 and Theresa May in 2018, forced to resign after being politically damaged by a no-confidence motion. With the support of 59% of his deputies, compared to 41% who voted against it, the big question is how long the “Premier” can last in Downing Street in the face of a growing siege of Tory rebels.
Technically, “Tory” representatives cannot enforce a new motion of censure for another year. However, several rebel lawmakers have indicated their intention to “change the rules”. Apply a new vote before OctoberWhen the party’s annual convention is held in Birmingham.
So swords are still high, despite efforts by Justice Chief Dominic Raab to ask his co-religionists to turn the page and accept the result by a vote of 211 to 148, calling himself “a decisive victory”. as described.
Relaunch “Change agenda”
“If we look at our agenda, there are many things that unite us, and that’s what the Conservative Party has always been doing,” said Raab, who highlighted the various situations between Johnson and May: “In 2019 we saw the most Won a sweeping victory In the 40 years we had a “hung” parliament with Theresa May.
Raab served as Johnson’s squire upon his return to the political arena after Monday’s shock. After the twin effects of partygate and a galloping inflation of 9%, “Premier” also leaned on Michael Gove, his longtime colleague of the Brexit campaign, to relaunch “a great change agenda” in the United Kingdom.
reward the faithful or pacify the rebels
Johnson insists The need to “cut costs” government, department by department, and ensure “money is spent and invested judiciously.” “Premier” warned that this is the same dilemma companies and families are facing in the midst of a subsistence crisis .
The “Premier” is faced with the great dilemma of rewarding the loyalist duties of the party’s hard wing – which calls for “maximizing Brexit opportunities and tax cuts – and quelling the anger of liberal factions, with the remainder of the With many former supporters” in the EU who accuse the “major” of breaking his promises.
The most active rebel in recent hours has once again been the former foreign secretary Jeremy Huntabusively renamed daily Mail as “Theresa May in Pants” and is believed to be the mastermind behind the no-confidence motion. Hunt was a finalist in the Tory leadership competition against Johnson in 2019 and has made it clear that he intends to run again. On Monday, he made the biggest call for rebellion, alleging that Johnson had left the party “without honesty, without commitment and without vision”.
Liz Truss, Ben Wallace, Nadim Zahavi, Rishi Sunak, Sajid Javid and other members of the Johnson cabinet who are on the list of candidates have so far closed ranks with “Premier”, with the exception of Assistant Secretary of Commerce Penny Mordant. With and former Defense Secretary, who has started a calculated demarcation.
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