On Thursday Boris Johnson stood outside No.10 Downing Street and resigned, but the Conservative Party has been warned to “evict today” or face “carnage” because he “doesn’t believe it’s over.”
Johnson will remain in Downing Street until a new Prime Minister is found and will mostly likely stay until October.
After Johnson’s resignation he was accused of blaming “everyone else” for his demise playing the “real victim” and setting “up betrayal stories.”
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Johnson’s former adviser, Dominic Cummings warned that it is not “over,” he added, “I know that guy and I’m telling you – he doesn’t think it’s over.”
“He’s thinking ‘there’s a war, weird s*** happens in a war, play for time play for time, I can still get out of this, I got a mandate, members love me, get to September’.”
After the Prime Minister’s resignation speech Cummings wrote on Twitter, “Blames everyone else. Thinks he’s the real victim.
“Sets up betrayal story for future Tory conferences and Telegraph columns.”
He added, “We’re all in for a nightmare if he’s allowed to squat.”
Ahead of the speech, Cummings warned on Twitter, “Cabinet ministers should talk to Brady this a.m, agree Raab as interim PM, then speak to Cabinet Secretary and get him to fix with Palace…”
He added, “Evict TODAY or he’ll cause CARNAGE, even now he’s playing for time & will try to stay.
“No ‘dignity’, no ‘interim while leadership contest’.
“Raab should be interim PM by evening.”
This morning the Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer threatened a no confidence vote to oust Boris Johnson immediately as he cannot remain as Prime Minister as “he’s unfit.”
Sir Keir said, “His own party have finally concluded that he’s unfit to be Prime Minister, they can’t now inflict him on the country for the next few months.
“It’s obvious he’s unfit to be Prime Minister.
“That’s been blindingly obvious for a very, very long time.
“If they don’t get rid of him then Labour will step up, in the national interest, and bring a vote of no confidence because we can’t go on with this Prime Minister clinging on for months and months to come.”