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What time does Boris Johnson resign as Prime Minister?

Boris Johnsonhas finally agreed to resign as Prime Minister under heavy pressure from the Cabinet and backbench parliamentarians.

Johnson said No during the Covid-19 lockdown. After being fined for attending 10 parties, he has been plagued by a series of scandals, including becoming the first prime minister in the face of police action.

However, the straw that broke the camel's back was the deputy chief's whipCrispincher, despite previous allegations of improper behavior against him. It was an appointment.

Malfunctions and ongoing controversy in the heart of Downing Street prompted the resignation of a number of ministers on Tuesday, including Prime Minister Lishi Snack and Health Secretary Sajid Jabido.

Johnson wilted under the tension of repeated calls to finally go to him, and on Thursday a conservative 1922 committee to inform him of his decision to resign. I spoke to Sir Graham Brady, the chairman of the.

He is expected to remain prime minister until his successor is deployed, which is expected by the time of the Conservative Party meeting in October.

The Prime Minister is reportedly writing his own resignation speech and will announce it at 12:30 pm. He also began to appoint a new minister.

After Johnson's resignation, the schedule for the Tory Leadership Contest has been agreed between members of the Backbench 1922 Committee, which oversees parliamentary proceedings, and a conservative headquarters that narrows down the candidates to two. Will be done.

However, he has already faced opposition to his plans to serve as prime minister until fall, and many have asked him to go now and tentatively replace his deputy prime minister, Dominique Raab. increase.

George Freeman, who resigned from the Minister of Science on Thursday morning, said Johnson "finally did something decent." A caretaker that the minister can serve, the Conservative Party can properly choose new leaders.

Sir Burwell, chief of Teresamei's staff, said leadership elections must be "relatively quick" and "whether the prime minister can lead the caretaker government in the meantime." There was. " Do you agree that a sufficient number of ministers will serve?