Boris Johnson not honest about No 10 party, say 70 per cent of voters

1/14/2022 9:35:00 PM
Boris Johnson not honest about No 10 party, say 70 per cent of voters

Seven out of ten voters think Boris Johnson has not been honest about his account of attending a lockdown breaking party in Downing Street, a poll for the Times has found

Seven out of ten voters think Boris Johnson has not been honest about his account of attending a lockdown breaking party in Downing Street, a poll for the Times has found

Seven out of ten voters think Boris Johnson has not been honest about his account of attending a lockdown breaking party in Downing Street, a poll for the Times has found.Johnson told MPs that he had briefly attended the staff party in the Downing Street garden in May 2020 but insisted at the time t

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Friday January 14 2022, 5.In full: PM's apology over lockdown drinks party He said he would write to the 1922 Committee - which organises Tory leadership contests - to register his lack of confidence in the PM.MPs openly calling for his resignation while others speak off-the-record.Johnson would have faced questions from the media in Lancashire about his attendance of the Downing Street party.

55pm , The Times Seven out of ten voters think Boris Johnson has not been honest about his account of attending a lockdown breaking party in Downing Street, a poll for the Times has found. Johnson told MPs he had briefly attended the staff party in the in May 2020 but insisted at the time that he thought it was a work event. If 54 backbench Conservative MPs send letters to the 1922 committee it will trigger a leadership challenge. Sponsored In fact it had been organised by his principal private secretary who told those invited to “bring their own booze”. The Daily Telegraph, where Mr Johnson once worked as a journalist, focused on reported tensions between Chancellor Rishi Sunak and the PM. The YouGov survey found that 70 per cent of voters did not believe Johnson’s account to the Commons including over half of those who voted Conservative in the 2019 election. 'Liability' But another backbencher William Wragg, who chairs an influential select committee, said the prime minister's position was "untenable". Eight out of ten said they did not think the event, as described . Lewis said people should wait for the report of the senior civil servant Sue Gray into what happened before reaching a judgment.