Boris Johnson ‘plans mass sackings to save his premiership’

Boris Johnson ‘plans mass sackings to save his premiership’

Boris Johnson, Prime Minister

1/16/2022 12:44:00 PM

Boris Johnson ‘plans mass sackings to save his premiership’

Boris Johnson is planning to sack several staff members in a desperate bid to save his embattled premiership, according to reports.

According to the Sunday Times, Mr Reynolds and his deputy Stuart Glassborow are likely to be forced out of Downing Street.No 10 chief of staff Dan Rosenfield could also be sacked but officials refused to comment on the reports.It comes as Tim Loughton became the sixth Conservative MP to publicly call for the Prime Minister to quit on Saturday.

The East Worthing and Shoreham MP said Mr Johnson’s position had become “untenable”, adding his “resignation is the only way to bring this whole unfortunate episode to an end.”Apologising for the “great hurt” caused to his constituents, he added: “Frankly the issue for me is not how many sausage rolls or glasses of prosecco the Prime Minister actually consumed.

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Right thing to do as it was his staff who went behind his back and organised some of the parties. Police did nothing, oh wait, yes they did, they let them in! What a noble fellow. What leadership. conservatives need to acknowledge that they knew what he was when they chose him: they were more than happy to swallow the immorality when it came hand-in-hand with popularity. GTTO

Coward. 🥺rotter...and it will not work Throwing your staff under the bus to save your skin is about the lowest you can go. …. And that’s when all the real evidence of his participation will come out! …. This and how he covers up the report finding will be his final downfall! …. Wonder how his journo pals will support him!

Save me, save me! Mate you’re the one who needs sacking Wasn't the plan to wait for Susan Gray to report? Only 1 will do If this happens the country will see just how low this person will go to cling onto power.

Footage of Boris Johnson disco dancing becomes hitA video of Prime Minister Boris Johnson dancing with a lightsabre-wielding London Assembly member at a Christmas party nearly ten years ago has re-emerged amid news of more No 10 parties.

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What will happen to Boris Johnson now?Will he be gone by the end of the week – or will he lead his party to the next election? Four scenarios for the beleaguered prime minister From now? I guess some more copy & paste of others research books, lots of wine, lots of high pay/few hours consultancy jobs, reality TV, a couple more marriages, retires to live in EU. Hopefully a date with his Russian 'backers' in a warehouse with a meat hook...

Piers Morgan hints he has something in store for Boris Johnson ahead of Morning TV returnPIERS MORGAN has announced that he will be making a return to breakfast television tomorrow and has asked the Prime Minister to pay special attention to what he has to say. A whole nation has something in store for Piers Morgan. Well we won't be watching An 80's oddity still Murdoching along!

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Footage of Boris Johnson disco dancing becomes hitA video of Prime Minister Boris Johnson dancing with a lightsabre-wielding London Assembly member at a Christmas party nearly ten years ago has re-emerged amid news of more No 10 parties. 🤦‍♀️There is a lot more in the world going on instead of us hearing about these Bloody parties, that we can do NOTHING about-People will do what the want, when they want regardless of the rules, they will make them fit to how they want, it’s for their them to sleep at night with!🤷‍♀️

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8 London theatre shows to add sparkle to your New Year According to the Sunday Times, Mr Reynolds and his deputy Stuart Glassborow are likely to be forced out of Downing Street. No 10 chief of staff Dan Rosenfield could also be sacked but officials refused to comment on the reports. It comes as Tim Loughton became the sixth Conservative MP to publicly call for the Prime Minister to quit on Saturday. The East Worthing and Shoreham MP said Mr Johnson’s position had become “untenable”, adding his “resignation is the only way to bring this whole unfortunate episode to an end.” Apologising for the “great hurt” caused to his constituents, he added: “Frankly the issue for me is not how many sausage rolls or glasses of prosecco the Prime Minister actually consumed. “The reason for my conclusion in calling for him to stand down is the way that he has handled the mounting revelations in the last few weeks. “Obfuscation, prevarication and evasion have been the order of the day when clarity, honesty and contrition was what was needed and what the British people deserve.” Mr Loughton suggested that he plans to submit a letter of no confidence to Sir Graham Brady, the chairman of the 1922 Committee of backbench MPs. According to the Daily Telegraph, around 20 letters have been submitted so far – far short of the 54 needed to trigger a leadership vote. Controversy over gatherings and parties at Downing Street reignited this week following a string of damning revelations. Downing Street was forced to apologise to Buckingham Palace on Friday after it emerged two staff parties were reportedly held on the eve of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral. Witnesses said staff danced to loud music and drank alcohol on April 16, 2021, with one person sent to a local shop with a suitcase to buy wine. Opinium, a polling company, said Mr Johnson’s approval rating had plummeted to minus 42 per cent – almost a 20 point fall in a week – and that almost two-thirds of people surveyed thought he should stand down, MORE ABOUT