Boris Johnson announced his replacement after Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid left the cabinet sensationally early tonight.
Prime Minister has appointed Steve Berkley asMinister of Healthand Nadim Zahawi has been appointed Minister of Finance.
Sunak and Javid overcame the blunder ofChris Pincherand quit one after another while Johnson apologized.
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Snacksaid in his resignation, "People naturally expect the government to be done properly, competently and seriously." "These standards fight. I believe it's worth it. That's why I'm resigning. "
Havid said the British people "expect honesty from their government," but voters now say that even though Mr Johnson's administration is competent, he "acts for the national interest." I didn't. "
Johnson fought to stay in 10th place as the scandal-stricken former Deputy Leader Chris Pincher's line-up was the latest issue that questioned his decision. There is.
A humiliating apology from the Prime Minister could not prevent the departure of Snack and Havid, both of which wrote a resignation for incinerator.
The resignation of Javid and Sunak's twins means that Ornson's position is now at stake, but ministers such as Dominic Raab, Liz Truss, Michael Gove, Therese Coffey and Ben Wallace They said they would stay in the government.
However, as the Tory Vice-Chairman was broadcast live on television, Bim Aforami resigned, Andrew Marison resigned as Moroccan trade envoy, and assistant ministers Jonathan Garris and Sakib Batti. Resigned from that role.
If the rules of the Tory 1922 Commission change to allow another distrust resolution within 12 months, the prime minister's fate could ultimately lie in the backbench MPs. there is.
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