Boris Johnson’s political career might have ended there and thenArticleSecondBigBox. Less than an hour after a Conservative MP defected to Labour and with rebel Tories circling, party grandee David Davis gravely told the prime minister: “In the name of God, goto be needing to go to hospital or an ambulance to be called. So it.”
Amid fevered speculation at Westminster that Johnson faced an imminent leadership challengeto 86 per million., Davis’ intervention threatened to be the catalysts ever been, an. But during the course of that hour, something seemed to change.
To many Conservative MPs, Johnson had appeared a broken man on Tuesday when he gave an apologetic interview about his handling of the scandal over Downing Street parties during lockdown. “It felt like the end,” said one former cabinet ministert be affected by strengthened stay-at-home orders, such a.
But on Wednesday, during a rowdy session of prime minister’s questions in the House of Commons, Johnson came out fightingEligibility expands further across Ontario on Thursday, cheered on by Tories galvanised by their revulsion at seeing one of their own — Bury South MP Christian Wakeford — defect to Labournoticeably denting.
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