Downing Street not in control after day of chaos

Downing Street not in control after day of chaos

1/20/2022 2:26:00 AM

Downing Street not in control after day of chaos

The PM's fate rests in the hands of his MPs, many of whom still have to make up their minds.

Many of them are reflecting what they believe is deep public anger towards the PM over what happened under his roof during the pandemic - and their own frustrations with how it has been handled by what they see as a faulty political operation.Yet we know, too, that there are some ministers who believe the threats are hysterical and overblown - that with time, Boris Johnson may be able to pull through this danger. Damaged, yes, but not necessarily finished.

We know as well that what all of the interested parties have in common is a desire to see what the official verdict from the senior official Sue Gray is on what really went on regarding gatherings at No 10.Her report could determine the pace and outcome of what happens next.

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The decline of the BBC continues... Not sure if it's ever been under control during his tenancy. But...but.... lIcEnCE fEe...!? Let's get him..!! You're missing the bit on your timeline where he caught COVID. Chances are that was at one of these no 10 parties. Might have something to do with breaking the law? Just a guess

These two books are only left of my old father's writing before his funeral in 2014, I went to NTU university management school partially for him, please help me to protect the books if I can not type it in computer then republish it in nearly future, because I am in trouble. No shit. . . Does he listening my English? If not send him to my village.

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Christian Wakeford's long walk to defection Many of them are reflecting what they believe is deep public anger towards the PM over what happened under his roof during the pandemic - and their own frustrations with how it has been handled by what they see as a faulty political operation. Yet we know, too, that there are some ministers who believe the threats are hysterical and overblown - that with time, Boris Johnson may be able to pull through this danger. Damaged, yes, but not necessarily finished. We know as well that what all of the interested parties have in common is a desire to see what the official verdict from the senior official Sue Gray is on what really went on regarding gatherings at No 10. Her report could determine the pace and outcome of what happens next. With so much unknown still, another important thing is clear: after a day of chaos, Downing Street itself is not in control. More on this story