No vote of confidence: Will Prime Minister Boris Johnson resign in the face of Tory MPs’ uprising and Sue Grey’s investigation?

David Davis called on the Prime Minister to resign, telling a packed House of Commons: “In the name of God, go”

Boris Johnson continued to cling to power despite calls for him to step down because Downing Street partisan scandal – and has vowed to fight any vote of no confidence against him.

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The Tory opponent then warned that the group would face “the death of 1,000 cuts” if they didn’t act quickly to topple him.

Mr Wakeford said he refused to “defend the indisputability” of the allegations of violating Covid rules.

Will the Prime Minister face a vote of no confidence?

Boris Johnson continues to cling to power despite calls to step down over the Downing Street parties scandal (Image: PA)

Mr Johnson is said to have been handed a dismissal order by several Tory MPs considering issuing a letter of no confidence until they hear the results of Sue Gray’s investigation into No 10 parties.

The Prime Minister has been in talks with supporters to boost support as he aims to prevent 54 letters – the number needed to trigger a vote of no confidence – from being sent to Sir Graham Brady, the chairman. Chairman of the Commission in 1922.

Mr Wakeford’s defection is also suspected by some Tory MPs of inciting support for the Prime Minister ahead of Ms Gray’s report – which is due to be released next week.

Will Boris Johnson resist any vote of no confidence?

Number 10 says the Prime Minister will oppose any vote of no confidence against him.

They also stressed that he expected to fight in the next general election.

Why is David Davis calling for the Prime Minister to resign?

In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, Mr Davis said: “The party will have to make a decision or we will face the death of 1,000 cuts.”

He added that the Prime Minister appeared to be “to blame” if he fired staff after Ms Gray submitted her claim

Then there’s the “crisis” of rising energy bills and rising National Insurance, compounded by “disorganization” at number 10, which could trigger a vote of no confidence. at Christmas, which means a “year of suffering,” he continued.

“That’s the worst outcome, especially for the 2019 and 2017 and 2015 intakes – it happens piece by piece, this goes on and we subtract anything and even worse. , we created policies to try to fix it.”

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