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The majority of Tory voters now want Johnson to resign, a YouGov poll suggests.

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In a snap survey released Tuesday night byYouGov, 54% of Tory voters agreed with Johnson's resignation and 33% decided to resign. I agreed.

Pollsters said it was the first time he had requested him to leave more than those who wanted him to stay.

Meanwhile, the number of Britons in favor of Johnson's resignation reached a record high of 69%.

It was when Johnson faced the Premier League's biggest leadership crisis after Rishi Sunak resigned as Prime Minister and Sajid Javid resigned as Minister of Health.

The two resignations were triggered by a scandal-stricken former Deputy Leader Chris Pincher's mishandling of column 10.

A humiliating apology from the Prime Minister could not prevent the resignation of the two senior ministers and their potential leader rivals, both of which wrote the resignation of incinerator.

Snack said, "People naturally expect the government to be implemented properly, competently and seriously," and "these standards are worth fighting." I believe, and that's why I'm resigning. "

Nadhim Zahawi has been promoted to the new Prime Minister and Minister of the University of Michelle Donelan has been appointed Minister of Education.

Havid said the British people "expect the government to be honest," but voters are now "not acting for the national interest," even though Johnson's administration is competent. I believed.

As Minister of Health, he replaced the Prime Minister, Steve Berkley.

Johnson survived a vote of no confidence last month, with nearly 150 lawmakers trying to take command of the Conservative Party.

And Tory backbencher Andrew Bridgeyan today warned the Prime Minister that Backbench's 1922 Commission would "treat" his leadership.

Mr. Bridgean said: "The Portcullis is the coat of arms of Parliament and the last defense of democracy.

" The 1922 Commission deals with this turbulent Prime Minister, it was created. "