London (CNN)The crisis currently facing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is the most serious for his leadership. maybe. So far-but it's definitely not the first.
The Johnson administration has a series of scandals ranging from accusations of his disregard for the rules and exposures of the illegal blockade party held in Downing Street to allegations of improper and abuse by conservative lawmakers. I have been troubled by.
Let's take a look at some of his government's more notable scandals here.
Illegal rebuke of Congress
The monarch rubber stamped her request in line with her duty to move away from politics and act solely on the advice of the minister.
However, when the Supreme Court found her arrogance to be illegal, it raised the unpleasant question of whether the Queen violated her law. The ruling led to accusations that the Johnson administration deliberately misunderstood the monarch as part of a strategy to secure Brexit.
According to The Sunday Times, Johnson was forced to personally apologize for embarrassing the prince.
But the failed arrogance was just one example of Johnson ignoring Congressional rules and standards.
He endorsed Home Secretary Priti Patel after investigating allegations of bullying staff. Expressed as bullying.
In the UK, political contributions and loans are tightly controlled, with more than £ 7,500 ($ 10,400) recorded and published by the Commission four times a year.
Owen Paterson's Lobbying Scandal
Last year, Johnson forced Conservative MPs to vote in favor of overturning the suspension of Conservative MPs. I tried.
After the repulsion, Johnson made a U-turn and Patterson eventually resigned as MP.
Johnson faces months of harmful exposure to a party in Downing Street, ignoring the blockade of the coronavirus. , Leaks and images have been flowing into the media since January.
At the party: The night of heavy drinking on the eve of Prince Phillip's funeral-due to strict social restrictions, even the Queen sits alone to say goodbye to her husband, who is nearly 74 years old. I was forced to do it.
Gray wrote that the Johnson administration's "central senior leader" "must be responsible" for the culture that allowed the party to be held.
Johnson's scandal treatment is particularly misguided, after Downing Street denies that there was a rally first and then says he doesn't know about the rally, after they work. He claimed to have attended because he believed it was an event.
Pincher's allegations of misconduct
Conservative Deputy Leader Whip Pincher resigned last week after allegedly groping for two guests at a private dinner. Pincher did not directly acknowledge the claim, but told Johnson in a letter that "I drank too much last night" and "confused myself and others."
Downing Street struggles to explain why Pincher was first in government in a wave of revelations about previous alleged acts, and Johnson embodies his allegations. He denied that he knew nothing about it.
On Tuesday, it was revealed that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs had complained to Pincher about three years ago and was briefed on what happened to Johnson. Downing Street then said he had forgotten.
Johnson admitted that it was "wrong" to appoint Pincher to his government on Tuesday, but the damage had already happened. The wave of government resignations began just minutes after he apologized for the decision, with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Health Minister Sajid Javid submitting notices. In the next 24 hours, dozens of people followed.