Letters of distrust to Boris Johnson's face are on the rise
Nine Tory lawmakers today sent letters of no confidence to Prime Minister Boris Johnson
Nine Tory lawmakers elected in the 2019 election today submitted letters of distrust to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, according to the Telegraph, who is fighting to save his post following the ruling Conservative uprising. Party parties in violation of lockdown measures that had become a favorite habit on Downing Street.
Boris Johnson claimed a historic 2019 election victory with the mandate to "implement Brexit", but now faces growing calls from his party to step down following a series of revelations of contempt for what has otherwise defined the lives of millions of Britons. during the pandemic period.
The process of ousting the Tory leader and prime minister requires the submission of 54 letters of no confidence to the chairman of the powerful 1922 Conservative Party Committee.
According to the head of political reporting of the BBC Laura Kuenssberg, it is not excluded that the MPs who are preparing to write a letter of no confidence, and belong to the newly elected in 2019, reach 54.
An analysis by The Times shows that 58 Tory lawmakers have criticized the prime minister.
Yesterday, a group of Conservative MPs, newly elected in the 2019 elections, met to discuss the future of Boris Johnson.
Many Tory lawmakers have said they want to wait for top official Sue Gray to investigate Downing Street parties before setting out.
The letters are confidential, so the chairman of the 1922 Commission is the only person who knows how many Members have written such a letter.
Boris Johnson is preparing to address the House of Commons today, after the cabinet will have approved the plans to lift the restrictive measures imposed in England to deal with the pandemic.