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Former MP wins the internet with a jumper choice for a brutal interview with "disastrous" Boris

The former MP won the internet by wearing a jumper that raised his eyebrows, despite being brutal in the evaluation of retiring Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Twitter got angry when former MP Michael Heseltine was asked live on Sky News about "disastrous" Boris Johnson. He will resign late today.

Hazel Tyne was apparently jabing Johnson in a jumper in a black sheep. This suggests that he should be considered a shame on the country.

Read more: Boris Johnson resigns today after years of scandal and turmoil

Twitter users soared As a result, on the platform to enjoy PM and thank Hazel Tyne.

"Please take the time to thank Michael Heseltine's jumper," tweeted journalist Kelly Rose.

"Michael Heseltine sees every day of his age, wears a jumper in sheep and tears Johnson little by little. This is a great story," another wrote. I am.

Twitter has gone mad for former MP Michael Heseltine's sweater while he was being questioned live on TV about 'disastrous' Boris Johnson
Twitter is a former MP Michael Heseltine who was asked live about "disastrous" Boris on TV. Johnson

Another Article: "@ Kay Burley's Famous Sense {92" Sir Michael Heseltine, who speaks the wisdom of. His presence contrasts with the terrible eerieness of the Johnson boy.

"Sir Michael puts on a black sheep jumper and sends a message to the party that banished him. Do you send it? "

Heseltine also made Skynews watchers laughed when they barbarically said that today's prime minister only wants to hear" goodbye. "

Twitter users say: 'Michael Heseltine: "Goodbye!" Great.

Regarding the sheep jumper, another person wrote: He resigns as prime minister today (July 7) after a series of mass resignations made his already unstable position unsustainable.

Boris Johnson is set to resign later today
Boris Johnson will resign later today

Miller's Pippaklerer and BBC's Chris Mason resign from Johnson He agreed, but reported that he would remain a caretaker leader until a new tree leader was elected this fall.

Daily Mirror's political editor, Kroller, added on Twitter: on will deal with the country later today.

This news follows more than 50 bitter resignations from numerous members of his government, triggered by ministers Sajid Javid andRishi Sunak.

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