ITV: Vote Of No confidence In Boris Johnson Could Start Today
According to the ITV channel, Graham Brady, chairman of the British Committee 1922 (which brings together Conservative MPs outside the government), plans to publish a statement today, June 6, announcing a vote of no confidence to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
A vote of no confidence requires at least 54 letters from Conservative Party MPs.
The exact number of letters collected is unknown. More than 25 Conservative MPs had openly said that they had filed letters requesting a vote before the end of last week. According to the British publication The Sunday Times, several more lawmakers have sent secret letters.
Numerous parties that took place at Downing Street during the pandemic, particularly during the period of severe restrictions, irritated local officials.
Boris Johnson attended a few of the parties. Since then, more over half of Britons have expressed support for the Prime Minister’s resignation. Only the 1922 Committee has the power to call a no-confidence vote under current regulations.