London — The UK Finance and Health Ministers resigned on Tuesday. This seemed to be the last blow to Prime Minister Boris Johnson after trying to apologize for the latest scandal that threatened the administration.
Finance Minister Lishi Snack and Health Minister Sajid Havid have resigned from what appears to be a release of the choreography of a letter to the Prime Minister.
Johnson finds that the former minister in charge of idyllic care did not realize that he was not fit for the government's job after receiving complaints of sexual misconduct. Made against him who had resigned because he apologized for what he said.
Both, between months of scandals over Johnson's actions and abominable reports to parties in Downing Street's offices and residences that violated strict COVID-19 lockdown rules. Previously, he publicly supported Johnson.
Snack, who reportedly personally clashed with the Prime Minister about spending, said: The challenge is a decision that I haven't downplayed.
"But the public naturally expects the government to do it properly, competently and seriously. This may be the job of my last minister." I know I can't, but I believe these criteria are worth the fight, and that's why I'm resigning. "
Javid, many lawmakers and the public, Johnson Said that he lost confidence in his ability to govern for the benefit of the country.
"But unfortunately, it's clear that this situation doesn't change under your leadership, so you're losing my confidence," Javid said in a letter to Johnson. I mentioned in. (Report by UK Bureau, Written by Elizabeth Spyper, Edited by Kate Holton, Alexandra Hudson)