Boris Johnson defended his tooth and nail on Wednesday, facing criticism from the opposition, and his prime minister was suspended for publishing an explosive report on parties held in Downing Street during his imprisonment.
Westminster is embroiled in a real nervous war as the results of an internal investigation by senior civil servant Sue Grave into various garden parties, farewell ceremonies or birthday parties in the ruling circles are pending.
These meetings shocked the British, who at the time were forced by law to strictly restrict their contacts.
After a day of speculation and conflicting information about when the report will be released, the British press estimates that it could happen on Wednesday or early Thursday, without any guarantee.
The 57-year-old Conservative leader, who was accused of lying during a weekly explanatory session in front of delegates and called for his resignation, declined to comment on the ongoing investigation and rejected any deviation. He promised to focus on Ukraine’s economic recovery or crisis, raising his voice in the stormy environment.
Labor leader Khair Stormer accused him of “discrediting” the country, and Commons Speaker Lindsay Hoyle repeatedly had to intervene to keep the peace, condemning a Labor MP for calling Boris Johnson a “liar”.
Adding to the tension, police also took up the case, announcing on Tuesday that they were investigating several “incidents” that could result in “violating the rules relating to Govt-19”, which could result in fines.
Even within Boris Johnson’s Conservative majority, anger is boiling. If he had so far escaped a no-confidence vote, it could have been triggered by the request of 54 (359) delegates from his camp, and Boris Johnson is in a very subtle position.
Some have already publicly called for him to leave. Other Slingers are waiting to decide whether or not to try to oust their leader until Sue Gray’s statement is released. It remains to be seen whether this will be published as a whole, as photos, news and testimonials, or in a lighter version.
In front of MPs, Boris Johnson on Tuesday praised the start of the police investigation, which he hopes will “give the public the clarity they need and help put those issues behind us.” His spokesman said he would co-operate fully with the investigation.
They are immersing him in unprecedented turmoil since he came to power with victory in the summer of 2019, with a declining reputation and apparently hostile majority representatives.
In the hope of recovery, the Prime Minister announced the removal of the last restrictions on the Govt from Thursday, hoping to regain public support in a country plagued by an epidemic that has killed more than 154,000 people, subject to lengthy imprisonment. Dead
But constantly, new revelations overwhelm the leader.
Latest: On the afternoon of June 19, 2020, during his first imprisonment, a banquet was arranged by his fianc மனைவிe Gary in the Hall of Ministers during his birthday.
According to ITV, up to 30 people participated.
Hard news to digest for the English who obeyed the rules. Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 94th birthday on April 21, 2020 of her choice without her family.
“The prime minister has apologized for what happened.
The diplomat added that it would not take long to learn the outcome of Sue Gray’s report.
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