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Bojo was “prompted by allies” to exchange snacks for Hunt to “reset” the Premiership after a distrust resolution.

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Bojo was “prompted by allies” to exchange snacks for Hunt to “reset” the Premiership after a distrust resolution.

Bojo was “prompted by allies” to exchange snacks for Hunt to “reset” the Premiership after a distrust resolution.

On Monday, members of the British Conservative Party voted 211-148 in secret ballot in support of Prime Minister Boris Johnson.Despite the magnitude of the rebellion … 08.06.2022, Sputnik International

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Britain’s allies to Prime Minister Boris Johnson have resigned from Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and urged him to provide the work of former Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt Snack. According to the Telegraph, the newspaper has swiftly re-started the process within a few days, including whether a group of about 20 Tory lawmakers called the Prime Minister and his “Pletrian Guard” will meet on Monday night and begin the process within a few days. He reported that he had discussed the possibility of formation. .. Parliamentarians are said to be supporting the Prime Minister of Johnson and trying to create a so-called “dream team” to prevent Tory’s “civil war.” Some Conservatives reportedly personally urged Johnson to promote 2019 cabinet members, including Hunt, to ministers. In 2019, Hunt, who was also Secretary of Health and Culture, resigned after finishing second in the election campaign and Johnson becoming Tory and British Prime Minister. After that, Hunt was elected chairman of the House of Commons Health and Social Welfare Selection Committee in January 2020. According to the telegram, promoting the former Foreign Minister to the government would bring the political advantage of Johnson binding Hunt to his agenda. On the other hand, BoJo’s potential to demote Rishi Sunak means that the prime minister “has a risk of appearing to punish parliamentarians standing beside him this week” during a trust vote, the telegram said. Insisted. Bojo This follows Tuesday’s Guardian report, which Tory rebels have already revealed that he will not resign after conservative MPs vote 211-148 to keep Johnson as leader and prime minister. Despite this, he promised to continue trying to resign Johnson. The newspaper reported that some (41%) of the 148 Tory lawmakers who refused to support Bojo in a trust vote are believed to be “implicitly opposed” to Johnson’s prime minister. .. The next “Partygate” investigates whether Johnson misleads MPs by denying that he violated COVID rules in Downing Street. This report came after Johnson, who was prompted by Tory. A lawmaker who resigned after the June 6 vote said the government could “advance” with the “convincing” and “decisive” results of the vote of no confidence. He denied allegations that he was interested in calling a sudden general election to avoid becoming Prime Minister Lame Duck.In late May, a full report by senior civil servant Sue Gray published 16 No10 COVID rules. Announced as a violation. The party was held in 2020 and 2021. Talking to the MP after the release of the document, BoJo stated that he was “full responsibility” for the party, but denied that he had not deliberately misunderstood them about the event. While other Downing Street get-togethers “should not have been allowed to develop,” “as they did with the different parts of No. 10 and the leadership and judgment of the Cabinet Office at different times.”

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On Monday, members of the British Conservative Party voted 211-148 in secret ballot in support of Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Despite the magnitude of the rebellion against his leadership, BoJo revealed that he would not resign and vowed to “realize what the people of this country care most about.”

Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s ally urged him to abandon Prime Minister Rishi Sunak Former Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt Snack said he was considering a cabinet reshuffle to “reset” Bojo’s prime minister after surviving the June 6 confidence vote by a small margin, according to the Telegraph. Provide a job.

The newspaper said the Prime Minister and his group of about 20 Tory lawmakers called “Praetorian Guard” met on Monday night to discuss the possibility of rapid remodeling, including whether the process would begin within a few days. I reported. Parliamentarians are said to be trying to create a so-called “dream team” to strengthen Johnson’s premiership and prevent the Tories’ “civil war.”

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Some Conservative lawmakers reportedly see Johnson as a way to personally encourage members of the 2019 cabinet, including Hunt, to be promoted to ministerial posts and promote intergovernmental loyalty. I am.

In 2019, Hunt, who was also Minister of Health and Culture, finished second in the election race and resigned after Johnson became Tory’s leader and British Prime Minister. After that, Hunt was elected chairman of the House of Commons Health Insurance Special Committee in January 2020.

Some consider the 55-year-old to be Bojo’s most dangerous political rival from the back bench, especially after making public with the hope of defeating Johnson by voting against Johnson in a confidence vote on Monday. I emphasized that there is.

“Today’s decision is to change or lose. Hunt, a keen supporter of Britain remaining in the EU in the 2016 referendum, tweeted Monday morning.

According to Telegraph Former Foreign Minister The government “will have a political advantage for Johnson to bind Hunt to his agenda.” On the other hand, BoJo’s potential to demote Rishi Sunak means that the prime minister “has the risk of appearing to punish the MPs who stood beside him this week” during the distrust resolution. Telegraph insisted.

Tory rebels are reportedly ready to move forward with their efforts towards Ost Bojo.

This is despite the fact that Tory rebels have already revealed that they will not resign after Conservative lawmakers voted 211-148 to keep Johnson as party leader and prime minister. Following the Guardian who reported on Tuesday that the forces had promised to continue trying to resign Johnson.

Newspapers believe that some (41%) of the 148 Tory lawmakers who refused to support BoJo in a distrust resolution “implicitly oppose” Johnson’s premiership. I reported.

These rebels reportedly stepped on the Prime Minister’s foot as the next “party gate” to investigate whether Johnson misunderstood Congress by denying that he had violated COVID rules in Downing Street. Put it on the fire.

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The report states that the government can “advance” following the “convincing” and “decisive” results of a vote of no confidence, when Tory lawmakers asked him to resign after the June 6 vote. It was announced after it was stated. He denied his claim that he was interested in calling a sudden general election to avoid becoming Prime Minister Lame Duck.

“We’re going to beat it. As a result of this decision by the Parliamentary Party I welcome, we have a conclusion on something that has been decimated for too long, and we are now people’s priority. We have the ability to unite, deliver, and overcome things, and that’s what we’re trying to do, “PM added.

Published in late May, before the distrust resolution. Complete report of senior civil servant Sue Gray Participated in 16 alleged No10 COVID rule violation parties in 2020 and 2021.

In the report, Gray specifically stated that “there were various parts of No. 10 and the failure of leadership and judgment at various times by the Cabinet Office,” and “some events should not have taken place.” Said. Other Downing Street get-togethers “should not have been allowed to develop as they did.”

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