Boris Johnson pledges to ‘address underlying culture’ of lockdown parties to save job
Prime minister will overhaul way his top team works, Tory chairman says
He added:"I think the prime minister broke the law, I think he then lied about what had happened."There have been over a dozen different allegations of festivities in government while lockdown rules were in place – but no charges have been brought by the police.
Six Tory MPs have so far publicly called on the prime minister to quit over the scandal, with others telling him he needs to up his game and reverse the polling slide. Yet more have warned that their inboxes are overflowing with emails from constituents livid at the revelations over lockdown festivities.Read more: The Independent »
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Needs to address the culture of blatant habitual lying Nonsense! '... to save job...' The 'job' will always be there BorisJohnson, it's just no one wants you doing it sunshine. Pack your bags and take your wallpaper with you. You need to resign then No this won't work the people of the country are fed up with being played for fools by the Tory government. The tone of any work place comes from its CEO so Johnson & Sunak saying they didn't hear or know is pathetic.
Remind me who is responsible for the underlying culture of Downing Street ?! Underlying culture of lockdown parties and BorisJohnson : Give me one reason based on his track record that anyone should believe a word that he says! You have run out of road Boris, your time is up. Boris Johnson pledges to ‘address underlying culture’ to save job: the culture provided by the BBC.
UK government spent £73,000 on wine in year before Covid
Boris Johnson will address No 10 ‘party culture’, says Tory chiefConservative chair Oliver Dowden says PM feels ‘sincere regret’ and is committed to ‘upping our game’ 😂😂😂😂😂😂 Dmitri sure this meeting will take all night
Too little too late BorisJohnson Conservatives do the decent thing and resign He is going to lift restrictions to make everyone love him again - and with no restrictions you can party as much as you. Despicable man.
Boris Johnson Is Apparently Calling Himself 'Big Dog'Boris Johnson is apparently calling himself 'big dog' – and there's an 'operation' to save him Looks like big dog screwed the pooch. He’s certainly had a ruff time lately. The Big dog (turd)
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.
Should Boris Johnson resign over ‘partygate’?Some senior Tory MPs are calling for PM to quit - but what do you think? Tell us in the poll below No, because he's not the only guilty party. We should call an election. He should have sacked long time ago ! thetimes standardnews dailytelegraph Yes
Boris Johnson ‘set to lift Plan B restrictions’ as Omicron infections fallBoris Johnson is set to lift Plan B restrictions in the next few weeks, it has been reported. Is he not sacked yet? Infections haven’t fallen, testing has. Ffs please do better than this IMHO he seems rather hypocritical at this juncture.
Plan to save Boris Johnson named ‘Operation Save Big Dog’ is being ridiculedA reported plan to save Boris Johnson’s job as Prime Minister is named “Operation Save Big Dog” and people aren’t impressed. Operation save Old Yeller For all those who are new to this working from home Bitcoin trading options Here's a little tip: Get a trusted Bitcoin expert and stick to him Arnoldnike93 Invest and play at similar times each day. Because : In times of chaos, your investment is your anchor to success⚖️ Follow the twitter handles of 'All India Trinamool Congress' from all over India 👇👇👇 AITCofficial AITC4Meghalaya AITC4Gujarat AITC4Goa AITC4Tripura AITC4Jharkhand AITC4Assam AITC4Bihar AITC4UP AITC4Delhi BanglarGorboMB AITC_Parliament
Trevor Phillips breaks down recalling daughter’s death in partygate interview He added:"I think the prime minister broke the law, I think he then lied about what had happened." There have been over a dozen different allegations of festivities in government while lockdown rules were in place – but no charges have been brought by the police. Six Tory MPs have so far publicly called on the prime minister to quit over the scandal, with others telling him he needs to up his game and reverse the polling slide. Yet more have warned that their inboxes are overflowing with emails from constituents livid at the revelations over lockdown festivities. 54 of Mr Johnson’s MPs need to privately write letters to their party to trigger a Tory leadership contest, with the PM now taking evasion action to bring his party back onside. The Independent reported earlier this week that Mr Johnson was set to try and save his own skin by sacking officials close to him – dubbed"Operation Save Big Dog". Details are now beginning to emerge of the planned cull of his inner circle, designed to restore both public and internal party confidence. Martin Reynolds, who sent the"bring your own booze" invite to No 10 colleagues, and his deputy are expected to be forced out, according to the Sunday Times . The paper says No 10's chief of staff may also be set to go. Tory chair Mr Dowden told the BBC's Sunday morning programme:"I can assure you the prime minister is both very contrite and deeply apologetic for what happened. "But, more importantly, he is determined to make sure that this can't be allowed to happen and that we address the underlying culture in Downing Street. There were failings: we should have done better, much, much better." It has been suggested that No 10 staff may be banned from drinking on the job, amid revelations that they regularly held “wine-time Fridays” while lockdown regulations were in effect. But there is also pressure from within the party to change tack on policy and perhaps chart a more right-wing course. Lord Frost, who quit the Cabinet last month over the political direction of the government, said changing the No 10 team was"necessary but not sufficient". UK news in pictures