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Boris will not resign! Widdecombe states that PM "is dragged out of No10 and kicks and screams."

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Former Justice Minister Ann Widecom said Lishi Snack, Prime Minister Sajid Javid and Health Secretary Johnson will lead the country. He quit his role as minister after saying he was no longer confident.

Widdecombe said: There is more than that.

"He really has to be able to provide something that makes his survival something valuable.

" So far, I've told the Tory Party " Stand behind him and stop the fight, you're too close to an insightful election ", but what has to happen must happen soon otherwise , They have to stick to him.

"They have a very simple choice. They can now decide to fight and lose until the general election, stand behind him, or he goes.

"But I don't think it's likely. I think he's being dragged out of Downing Street and kicking and screaming."

Ann Widdecombe said Boris will be ‘dragged kicking and screaming’ from Downing Street

Ann Widdecombe Boris screams from Downing Street(Image: GETTY / BBC)

The former Tory said Boris must ‘offer something that makes his survival worth it’

Former Tory said Boris "must provide something that makes his survival worthwhile"(Image: GETTY)

After being asked if the Prime Minister should be "responsible" for all communications from Downing Street, Widcom agrees and Johnson "should" understand. Said.

Downing Street had to admit that Johnson was briefed in 2019 on a shameful Tory party member's allegation against Chris Pincher, but he said he had forgotten it. Stated.

Former Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Sir Simon McDonald previously formally investigated improper behavior when former Deputy Chief of Staff Pincher was Minister of the Ministry in 2019. He said he was the target of. Mr Johnson was told about it.

In a very damaging letter to Congressional Standards Commissioner, Sir McDonald was the first in number 10 that Johnson was unaware of the "specific allegations" about Pincher's actions. The claim was "not true."

Downing Street admitted that Johnson was actually briefed in 2019 on his allegations against Pincher.

The minister told MP that misleading remarks were given by number 10 because Mr Johnson had forgotten the case.

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She added ‘Nobody is managing this, it really gives the impression of being a drifting operation’

She added: rice field. Operation'(Image: BBC)

Boris apologised for appointing Chris Pincher to a ministerial role after press miscommunication

Boris apologizes for appointing Chris Pincher as minister after a misunderstanding by the press(Image: GETTY)

Ms. Widecom told BBC News: When he said he wasn't going to tell the press office, he could pretty much believe he was telling the truth, and he didn't really know what the press office was saying.

"The point is that he should have known. That's why I think there should be one person on Downing Street whose job is to manage this kind of thing. Say.

"No one controls this, it really gives the impression that it's a drifting operation. I think that's the way I summarize it.

"I think he has a lot to offer, so I still want him to get out of this, but if he doesn't start offering it, tell me what his program is. Please. (Boring) programs and Brexit programs, and we can really benefit from what he did, he's not going to convince anyone unless he does it. "

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Sajid Javid and Rishi Sunak have quit their roles as Health Secretary and Chancellor

Sajid Javid and Rishi Sunak have resigned from their roles as Health Secretary and Prime Minister(Image: GETTY)

Each other, both Snack and Havid have resigned from their role over the appointment of Pincher.

Mr. Havid shared his resignation letter on Twitter shortly after 6 pm, minutes after the Prime Minister spoke to reporters on Downing Street.

Since June 2021, Health Secretary Javid said, "We can no longer continue to serve this government conscientiously."

He states: "I'm an instinctively team player, but the British people naturally expect honesty from the government.

" The tone you set as a leader and the values ​​you represent are you. Colleagues, your party, and ultimately the country. "

Steve Barclay and Nadhim Zahawi have taken up the roles in health and the Treasury

Steve Barclay and Nadhim Zahawi have taken on the role of Ministry of Health and Finance(Image: GETTY)

Minutes later 6 pm At around 10 o'clock, Mr. Snack tweeted a letter of resignation.

Snack, nominated as a future leader candidate for the Conservative Party, said in the letter that the government's prime minister's standards were "worth the fight."

He said: "I was your prime minister thank you for letting me manage the country's economy and finances."

However, Mr. Snack said he could no longer support Mr. Johnson. He suggests he couldn't adjust for those differences.

He states: "It turns out that our approach is fundamentally different in preparation for next week's proposal for a joint speech on the economy.

" The government, but I reluctantly come to a conclusion. did.

Steve Barclay and Nadhim Zahawi have replaced the roles of Javid and Sunak, respectively.