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The British Prime Minister resigned in protest against Boris Johnson, stating that "we cannot continue this way."

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British Prime Minister Lishi Snack resigned on Tuesday in direct protest against Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Snack announces his resignation as an open letter via social media, losing confidence in his cabinet and continuing to support Johnson for a fundamental difference in the UK's vision. Said that it was no longer possible.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnsonmay have expelled him from power last month due to growing dissatisfaction with his rule in his political struggle. Survived a sexual distrust vote. life. The resignation of such a high-ranking member of Johnson's Cabinet surprised the masses as the political alliance continued to shuffle.

"People naturally expect the government to do it properly, competently, and seriously," Snack wrote. "I realize this may be the job of my last minister, but I believe these standards are worth the fight. That's why I'm resigning."


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"Resigning as minister is always a serious problem. Resigning as prime minister while the world is suffering from the economic impact of pandemics is a war and other serious challenges in Ukraine. I don't downplay it, "Sunak wrote.

Sunak repeated his loyalty to Johnson and the success of the Prime Minister, despite the sharpness of the letter, especially referring toBrexit.

"I was loyal to you. I supported you to be the leader of our party and encouraged others to do so. I recommend you to your country. I was your prime minister, thanking me for letting me manage my economy. Finance, "the prime minister wrote. "First and foremost, we respected the powerful missions of the British people in 2019 and how, under your leadership, broke the deadlock of Brexit."

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 07: Britain's Chancellor Rishi Sunak (C) listens as Prime Minister Boris Johnson (L) addresses his Cabinet ahead of the weekly Cabinet meeting in Downing Street on June 07, 2022 in London, England. The Prime Minister survived a confidence vote last night but potentially has long-term problems ahead as he faces rebellion within his party. (Photo by Leon Neal - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

London, UK-June 7: British Prime Minister Lishi Snack (C) Prime Minister Boris Johnson ( I hear L) address the Cabinet prior to the weekly Cabinet Meeting on Downing Street on June 7, 2022 in London, England. The prime minister survived last night's confidence vote, but he may have long-term problems in the future as he faces rebellion within the party. (Photo by Leon Neil-WPA Pool / Getty Image)

"It's sad to leave the government, but we've come to the conclusion that we can't continue this way," Snack said. I closed his letter.

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Johnson Avoids Disasters in June , Survived an unconfident vote.

Conservative parliamentarians voted 211-148 in favor of keeping Johnson in power during a secret vote in Westminster. 

In an interview with Sky News, Johnson called the vote a "decisive result" despite the fact that 40% of his party members split from him. 

GREAT AYTON, ENGLAND - JUNE 04: Rishi Sunak MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer tours charity stalls on the village green during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations at the Great Ayton Village Fete on June 04, 2022 in Great Ayton, England. The Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II is being celebrated from June 2 to June 5, 2022, in the UK and Commonwealth to mark the 70th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II on 6 February 1952. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)

Great Eighton, UK-June 4: Rishi Sunak MP, Prime Minister of Exchequer, will tour the charity stall in the green of the village during the celebration of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee at the Great Ayton Village Fete on June 4, 2022 in Great Ayton, England. Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee will be celebrated in the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth from June 2nd to June 5th, 1922, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Elizabeth II's joining on February 6, 1952. (Photo courtesy of Ian Forsyth / Getty Images)

His move towards Johnson to break the UK out of theEuropean Unionand overcome the pandemic. Food prices occur when the government faces intense pressure to deal with increasing energy. Support among his fellow conservative lawmakers has diminished as some consider him a responsibility rather than an asset of the election.