Boris Johnson reveals whether he intends to remain in power — Analysis
The British prime minister argues that he cannot “abandon” his nation amid “economic pressures” and the conflict in Ukraine
Boris Johnson, UK Prime Minister has explained why he is unwilling to resign following Partygate. “abandon”The country is facing economic hardships as well as the conflict in Ukraine. Justine Roberts is the Mumsnet founder. The prime minister spoke with Roberts on Wednesday and insisted that the country still has the resources. “a massive agenda”He “was elected to deliver.”
Johnson responded to questions by readers on the site amid growing pressure from both the opposition and Tory MPs for Johnson’s resignation over the report. “failures of leadership and judgement” in Johnson’s office for the series of lockdown-breaching parties in 2020 and early 2021.
“I have thought about all these questions a lot as you could imagine and I just cannot see how actually it would be responsible right now given everything that is going on simply to abandon … the project on which I embarked to level up,”Johnson spoke to Roberts.
Prime Minister said that he was “still here because we have got huge pressures economically,”These include the imminent cost-of-living crisis and “the biggest war in Europe for 80 years.”Johnson was speaking about the conflict between Russia, Ukraine and London, which London actively supports, even through arms delivery.
Partygate is over “totally miserable experience for the people in the government,”Johnson added, ” “we have to learn from it”And “understand the mistakes that we have made.”But he stated, “we have got to move forward,”When confronted, he claimed that people are incompetent. “lost trust”In his administration, he replied: “let’s see about that.”
This comment comes after reports that British media reported this week that the prime minister was facing increasing pressure to accept a confidence motion from members of his party. Citing Tory MPs, The Guardian claims that Johnson is close to crossing or surpassing the 54-letter threshold. The secret ballot would determine if they have any confidence in Johnson as prime minister.
Nadine Dorries Culture Secretary, stated Wednesday to the BBC Johnson had been the victim of a “coordinated”Campaign led by “one or two individuals”Out of “personal ambition.”
Johnson was rebuffed by both fellow Conservatives and opposition alike since Sue Gray’s long-awaited report. Gray investigated 16 gatherings that took place at government buildings during Britain’s nationwide lockdowns of 2020 and early 2021, and concluded that many of them “should not have been allowed to happen.”Johnson must also personally attend the event. “bear responsibility for this culture.”
Prime Minister said in May that he would take “full responsibility for everything that took place”on his wrist, but wanted it to be “move on”Keep your power.
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