Prime Minister should resign if uproar by Partygate report, voters say

Boris Johnson accused of lying to Congressman with image of drinking on the way home

Two-thirds (66%) of voters believe Boris Johnson should resign if he is criticized in Sue Gray’s report of the Partygate scandal that shook Westminster.

Savanta’s Exclusive Survey Results independent In addition, more than a quarter of those who supported the Conservative Party in 2019 said they were unlikely to support it again if Johnson came to power.

Voting took place on the same day. Downing Street insiders explained that a chaotic mid-lockdown party dubbed “Wine Time Friday” would be full of empty bottles and the number 10 would be a mess.

In an interview with BBC Panorama, three individuals described a gathering where they felt the Prime Minister tolerated “grabbing alone”.

Current and former employees said the culture was established by Johnson himself. Johnson claims he “wanted to like” and wants his employees “to keep their heads down.”

Damaged details followed when a leaked photo of Prime Minister Johnson holding a glass for a former doctor Spin was released in the midst of a second UK lockdown.


Trump’s ‘hostility’ has thwarted attempts to secure Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s release, the former foreign secretary said.

Former Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said efforts to secure the freedom of Nazanin Jagari-Ratcliffe detained in Iran were complicated by “hostility” from the Trump administration.

Sir Hammond, presenting evidence to the Commons Foreign Relations Committee, said President Joe Biden’s arrival at the White House was central to the agreement that resulted in the release of British-Iranian citizenship earlier this year.

He also said that as finance minister, strict legal standards were not met and he did not approve the settlement of the historical debt of £400m owed to Iran, which finally closed the deal.

Joe MiddletonMay 24, 2022 21:03


‘Table 10 cluttered with alcohol and donuts’ New party gate photo appeared

Another photo of a party at the 10th hole emerged while Britain was under strict lockdown.

images shared mirrorTo commemorate the final press briefing held by former Communications Director James Slack on November 17, 2020, a table on Downing Street, believed to be littered with alcohol bottles, Krispy Kreme donuts and other sweets, is shown.

The newspaper reported that 30 to 40 employees attended the event. It added that neither the Metropolitan Police nor Sue Gray did an investigation.

Emily AtkinsonMay 24, 2022 20:46


No10 plans to support energy bills to avoid Partygate’s wrath.

Number 10 is poised to unveil measures to alleviate the cost of living crisis to offset public outrage over the Sue Gray Partygate report.

The telecommunication grid, a planning document used by government spin doctors, includes extensions to warm home discounts.

The bill, due to be announced later this week, is expected to include tightening warm home discounts equivalent to hundreds of pounds for some households.

Anna Isaac And Andrew Woodcock report:

Emily AtkinsonMay 24, 2022 20:25


Rishi Sunak unveils multi-billion-pound package to ease cost-of-living pressures

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is set to announce a major financial package to help struggling British people in the face of a cost-of-living crisis, the report said.

Sky News Mr. Sunak understands that he will meet the prime minister tomorrow to sign a multi-billion-pound package that could include a new windfall and provide support for those most vulnerable to energy costs and surging costs.

The prime minister is “very eager” to reveal himself behind “a significant spending package” before the Commons adjournment, Brocaster reported.

Emily AtkinsonMay 24, 2022 20:11


Tori says it is ‘very difficult’ to have confidence in government in light of Partygate reports.

Tory MP Tom Tugendhat said it was “very difficult to trust the government” in light of recent reports of the Partygate scandal.

Asked if there is any serious government in the UK, Tugendhat told LBC:

“If you don’t act like you’re not serious, you don’t look serious and, frankly, the job of governing England is probably the most serious, then you have real problems. , then the question of ability arises.”

When asked if he trusts Johnson, he said: “It’s very difficult to trust the government tonight. But I’ll leave it there. To be honest, it is very difficult to trust the government right now.”

Joe MiddletonMay 24, 2022 19:48


Two-thirds of voters want Johnson to leave after reports of allegations against him on Partygate.

Two-thirds (66%) of voters believe Boris Johnson should resign if he faces severe criticism in Sue Gray’s report on the Partygate scandal, which could be released as early as Wednesday.

And more than a quarter (26%) of Conservative supporters in 2019 said they were unlikely to do so again if Prime Minister Johnson were elected, a survey that will baffle Conservative lawmakers anxious about holding seats in the next general election said. Remain as a leader.

As one Conservative critic of PM put it: independent It was “urgent” for Congressman to take action against him by filing a letter of no confidence in his leadership, while others said it was clear that Johnson would now become “electors’ responsibility” to bring the party down from future votes.

our political editor Andrew Woodcock report.

Joe MiddletonMay 24, 2022 19:27


Sky News reporter Sam Coates poses a question to Conservative lawmakers outside the No10.

Sky News reporter Sam Coates poses a question to Conservative lawmakers outside the No10.

Joe MiddletonMay 24, 2022 19:08


Civil servant union votes strike against wages and salaries

Members of the PCS Public Services Union voted to support a nationwide strike action on a 2% pay offer at a time when inflation is nearly fivefold.

With approximately 200,000 members, the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) is the largest civil servant union representing workers in venues such as benefits and tax offices.

The strike vote came as Boris Johnson signaled that public sector workers could expect below inflation in this summer’s pay round.

our political editor Andrew Woodcock report.

Joe MiddletonMay 24, 2022 18:53


Canceled LGBT+ conference could demand £500,000 from government

Official estimates suggest that the government’s representative LGBT+ conference, which was canceled after controversial positions over a ban on conversion therapy for transgender people, could cost more than £500,000.

The global Safe To Be Me conference was scheduled to take place in London from 29 June.

However, it was canceled in early April after dozens of LGBT+ and HIV groups said they would not participate unless Boris Johnson returned to the promise of a trans-inclusive ban on conversion therapy.

Equality Minister Mike Freer said the government had spent £365,000 on the production until the House of Representatives was withdrawn. You will also have to pay a cancellation fee of £200,000 to the venue.

A Stonewall spokesperson said: “The conference was a missed opportunity to advance LGBTQ+ rights around the world and it is regrettable that the UK government’s actions have wasted resources and time.

“Transgender people are almost twice as likely to be targeted by proselytizing practices and it is a shame that the UK government has chosen to protect some LGBTQIA+ people from this abuse and others not.”

Joe MiddletonMay 24, 2022 18:39


Former cabinet minister urges government to stop amnesty plan

Northern Ireland’s former secretary of state has urged his government to “pause” over controversial plans to create an effective amnesty for terrorists.

Julian Smith also said he was “very uncomfortable” about voting on the proposed measure, but admitted that there was no easy way forward.

Ministers believe that the plan, first unveiled at the Queen’s speech earlier this month, will deliver on its promise to protect ex-servicemen from possible prosecutions.

Our Whitehall Editor Kate Devlin I have the details.

Joe MiddletonMay 24, 2022 18:10

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