The Prime Minister was told during Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) on Wednesday to resign, but he defiantly said “no.”
Boris Johnson’s political fate hangs in balance and David Davis delivered a blistering attack said to the Prime Minister “in the name of God, go.”
Over the months there has been damning allegations of parties in Downing Street during lockdown and the vultures are circling as a vote of no confidence could be days away.
Tory MP and former Cabinet Minister, David Davis said in the House of Commons to Johnson, “You have sat there too long, for all the good you have done. In the name of God, go.”
Liberal Democrat MP Wendy Chamberlain asked Johnson if he will resign, he replied with “no,” and added, “But what I can tell her, as I said to the House last week, I apologise sincerely for any misjudgments that were made.”
Ian Blackford, Westminster’s SNP leader put more pressure on Johnson and said, “Public trust is haemorrhaging, with every day that passes this Tory government loses even more credibility.
“When will the Tory MPs finally do the right thing and show the prime minister the door?”