Boris Johnsonhas potential leadership rivalRishi Sunakresigned as prime minister,Sajid JavidWas forced into a chaotic reorganization on Tuesday night after he resigned. Resigned from the Minister of Health.
The Prime Minister faces the Prime Minister's greatest leadership crisis after handling a scandal-stricken line of former Deputy Leader } Also resigned by a raging envoy and a congressional aide.
In a bitter remark, Mr. Javid said voters believed that the government would not "act for the national interest" even if it was competent, and Sunak said Britain was "appropriately competent." "Seriously," he said he deserves a government to run.
Nadhim Zahawihas been promoted to the new Prime Minister and Minister of Education Michelle Donelan has been appointed Minister of Education. Steve Barclay, Chief of Staff of the PM, was given the role of Minister of Health.
Zahawi commented when the press asked if he would "sprinkle public money to save Boris Johnson's skin" before leaving Downing Street in the minister's car. I didn't.
Reportedly, Johnson wanted Liz Truss to be prime minister, but Zahawi threatened to join the rebellion and quit if he wasn't given a job at number 11, forcing him to do so.
Berkeley's transition to health is only six months after he was appointed Chief of Staff on Downing Street, stabilizing the premiership still plagued by party gate revelations. It is useful for.
After struggling to get out of the scandal, the Prime Minister was forced to try a desperate reset again. Mr. Pincher.
Johnson admitted that he should have dismissed Pincher when he was informed of allegations of illegal activity against him in 2019, but instead appointed him to floor leader. "I think it was a mistake. I apologize," he told the broadcaster.
However, Mr Snack and Mr Havid resigned shortly after the Prime Minister's comment. Later, Bim Aforami resigned because the Tory Vice-Chairman was alive during the broadcast, and Johnson was no longer supported and he told TalkTV that he needed to "resign."
The Prime Minister was subsequently hit by a series of resignations by a parliamentary secretary from the government, including the shocking exit of one of his most loyal backbenchers.
Red-walled Tory lawmaker Jonathan Galis, a ferocious defender of Mr Johnson, said the government was distracted by "coping with the damages of our reputation" to the north. Resigned as PPS to Irish secretary Brandon Lewis.
Tory lawmaker Saqib Bhatti resigned as PPS to diplomat Sajid Javid, saying the government's "honesty and credibility" was fatally compromised. Theo Clark left as a trade envoy to Kenya, and Andrew Marison resigned as one of the Prime Minister's envoys to the Middle East.
With the most devastating resignation, Virginia Crosbie resigned as a PPS to the Welsh Office and told the Prime Minister: This will never be the place to live for anyone in public life, not to mention the Prime Minister.
Tory Vice-Chair Bim Afolami resigns live on television
Dominic Raab, Liz Truss, Michael Gove, Priti Patel, Ben Wallace, Nadine Dorries and Therese Coffey all seemed to have collapsed on Tuesday night, so Johnson He was one of the senior ministers who stood beside him.
Jacob Lee Smog supported Mr Johnson remaining prime minister, claiming he was "a big man who is willing to apologize." Brexit's Minister of Opportunity argued that it was a "great 18th century view" that the Prime Minister had to resign because he had resigned.
Tory rebels urged Mr Johnson to resign, but if he decides to stick, he will be resigned a few weeks later by a new vote of no confidence. I also vowed to expel him.
One backbencher who opposed the Prime Minister toldIndependent: I wanted some ministers to show some backbone. If he clings, we will have to drive him away.
Veteran Tory Sir Roger Gale: "It's time for the game to end. At this stage, Boris Johnson is still a good man and I think he has to resign. But if we don't, we'll do it for him. "
Rebels say that a majority of anti-Johnson lawmakers will have 18 members during next week's powerful backbench group elections. I hope to be elected to the 1922 Committee consisting of.
Current Commission rules mean that the prime minister will be safe from a vote of no confidence for another 12 months after a few survivors of last month's ballot, but rebels We hope to change the rules and allow new contests.
Tory Rep. Andrew Bridgen, who is running for the 1922 committee, said he believed there was a "rule change" committee after the imminent election.
"No matter what the Cabinet does, I think I'll change the rules before summer vacation and dismiss the Prime Minister in a second vote of no confidence," he told Sky News.
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