Today, MP Christian Wakeford, who was elected in 2019 by Bury South in northern England, has begun representing Labor (British Labor Party), reflecting growing discontent in the government party’s parliamentary bench.
Johnson retains a parliamentary majority of about 80 seats, and is determined to stay in office until the next legislative elections, scheduled for May 2024.
“The Conservative Party invaded Bury South for the first time in generations under this Prime Minister with an agenda to unite, level and help the people of Bury South. He promised during the weekly debate in Parliament that we would win again in Bury South in the next Prime Minister’s election.
But Labor leader Keir Starmer reiterated his resignation to chief executive.
“Like a lot of people across the country, he [Christian Wakeford] He concluded that the Prime Minister and the Conservative Party had shown themselves unable to provide the leadership and government this country deserved.
The resignation of SNP leader Ian Blackford has echoed, surprisingly, former Brexit Secretary David Davis.
“He’s been sitting there for too long despite all the good work he’s done. A leading EU skeptic David Davies urged, ‘For God’s sake, get out.'”
The British Prime Minister is currently going through a crisis of confidence and is struggling to stay in the leadership of the Conservative Party, which his polls show has overtaken in voting intentions by the Labor Party, the main opposition force.
Boris Johnson risks putting forward an internal motion of impeachment, as well as coming under pressure from the opposition to resign, over a series of damaging revelations to alleged “party” at his official Downing Street residence during the 2020 arrests, in violation of the rules of the time. To reduce socialization.
Johnson apologized, but insisted he thought the meeting with alcohol in May 2020 was a business meeting, and denied his former adviser Dominic Cummings, who said he had warned the prime minister it was “against the rules”.
The prime minister said he was in Downing Street Park for just 25 minutes in May 2020 to thank his staff, before returning to work in the office within the same building.
Deliberate lying in Parliament is considered a violation of the rules of conduct of ministers and the reasons for their dismissal.
A fact-finding investigation, led by a senior civil servant, Sue Gray, is currently underway, and its conclusions are expected next week.
At least 10 alleged “parties” have been reported to have been detained by cabinet members, advisers or members of the Conservative Party during the current COVID-19 pandemic, including on the eve of Prince Philip’s funeral, prompting the opposition to accuse the first-minister of tolerating a culture-breaking Rules to contain the health crisis.
British media reported today that there are moves within the Conservative Party, but it is necessary for 54 of the 359 Conservative MPs to formalize their support to move forward with an internal no-confidence motion, which will have to be voted on for Johnson. He is overthrown and elections begin. In the leadership of “conservatives” (conservatives).
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