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Kiel Starmer supports the snap general election and says the government is "collapsed"

Boris Johnsongovernment is "collapsed" and the prime minister is "ineligible" for the government,Labor Partyleader Sir Kiel Starmer said he upheld the idea of ​​a sudden general election.

Labor leaders also voted afterRishi SunakandSajid Javidresigned and confused No 10. He said he would support the vote. As Prime Minister and Minister of Health.

Johnson is the biggest leadership crisis ever in the Premier League, as the scandal-stricken line-up over former floor leader has become the latest issue to question his decision. Facing ..

"He is not suitable for becoming prime minister and not suitable for governing the country," Sir Kiel told the broadcaster. "We need a change of power."

When asked if an election would be held within the next few weeks, Starmer said: The UK needs a new start. A change of power is required.

Sir Kiel described Snack and Havid as the prime minister's "cheerleader for the whole of this apologetic story," and "helped him for months, months, months." It pointed out.

Labor Party leaders said:

Starmer added:

Labor Party leaders also suggested that a change of power could help address "major problems" such as the cost of living crisis and provide "political stability."

Johnson admitted that he should have dismissed Pincher when he was informed of allegations of illegal activity against him while serving as Foreign Minister in 2019, but instead. Appointed him to the role of another government.

Asked if it was wrong, Johnson said: When I think about it later, that was wrong. We apologize to everyone who was severely affected.

However, Mr. Snack and Mr. Havid resigned shortly after commenting on the broadcaster. Bim Afolami resigned as the Tory Vice-Chairman was alive during the broadcast, telling TalkTV that the Prime Minister no longer received his or state support and should now "resign."

Dominic Raab, Liz Truss, Michael Gove, Priti Patel and Ben Wallace are one of the senior ministers who stood beside Mr Johnson on Tuesday night, implied by the government. was.

However, Johnson's loyalist Tory lawmaker Jonathan Garris of the Red Wall said the government was distracted by "handling damage to our reputation" in Northern Ireland.

Tory MP Saqib Bhatti resigned as PPS to Secretary Brandon Lewis, resigning to Health Secretary Sajid Javid, who will retire as PPS, saying that "completeness and trust" was compromised, Andrew Murrison I have resigned from one of PM's trade envoys.

Tory rebels urged Mr Johnson to resign. If he clings, he vows to expel him immediately with a new vote of no confidence.

One backbencher who opposes the Prime Minister toldIndependent: 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. If not, we will do it for him. "