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caught in a whirlwind of revelations on holidays organized at Downing Street Whilelived under strict sanitary constraints, is currently crossing its worst crisis since its radiant power at power in the summer of 2019. In addition, they are added to an already long list of accusations. corruption and favoritism.
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To forget the scandals and save his post, the British Prime Minister could counter-attack with a series of shock and populist announcements, according to various media in the country. Among other things, the lifting of the restrictions againstthe BBC and the migrants on line , use the army to block the migrants, cut the food at the BBC ... These shock ads are grouped under the code name "Operation OS bitch" ("Red Meat Operation").
the prime minister, who has made the fight against immigration his battlehorse in the wake of Brexit, thinking of using the Royal Navy to stop the flows of migrants attempting to join illegally England crossing the handle. The latter would be sent to countries like Rwanda and Ghana to see their treated file, writes the Times.
PM faces further calls to quit over partygate as reports suggest 'mass clearout' of Downing Street team
A sixth Conservative MP is calling for the prime minister to quit over the ever-growing list of alleged lockdown-breaking parties in Downing Street, as Boris Johnson is reportedly preparing to strike back by ousting members of his inner circle. © Reuters Boris Johnson is fighting to stay in office Tim Loughton, former children's minister and East Worthing and Shoreham MP, said Mr Johnson's position had become "untenable" and that his resignation would be "the only way to bring this whole unfortunate episode to an end".
Another subject that arouses shields, even in celebrities like the actor Hugh Grant who fear for the survival ofFinally with the coronavirus , the gel then the abolition in 2027 of the fee funding the activity of this audiovisual group public, regularly targeted by the power that accuses it from bias. In full galloping inflation, it would increase a controversial increase in social security contributions.
as to the restrictions against the coronavirus still in place such as teleworking and the wearing of the mask indoors, judged liberticides by part of his camp, they would be lifted as of January 26.
"If the members obtained a lot of measures they claim (...) they could still maintain (Boris Johnson) in power," analyzes the British politics specialist Robin Pettitt, at least until the next big test of the local elections. may. A simple smoke screen? If he does not meet these measures, "this is where the project could fail," he warns.
Due to Party Scandal, Resistance to Johnson is growing in its own ranks
in the ranks of the British conservatives growing because of the scandal around parties at the government seat of resistance to Prime Minister Boris Johnson. After the recent revelations, 20 conservative members have met to advise against a mistrust vote against Johnson in front of a parliamentary survey on the premier on Wednesday, the "Times" reported. A conservative deputy ran from protest even to the opposition Labor Party.
mea culpped little convincing
her mea culpped in parliament, where he recognized her presence at one of these holidays in May 2020 while affirming having thought it was a working meeting, did not suffigure. The calls for his resignation have multiplied, up to his majority. Six Torties have recognized having introduced letters of distrust, but they would be thirty to have done it. 54 are needed to dislodge it.
Boris Johnson has succeeded in timelying, as his ministers, as his ministers to the future conclusions of the survey conducted on these festive events by a high official, Sue Gray, known for his integrity.
to alleviate the pressure on the Prime Minister, a stolen of employees would be requested to take the door as part of another operation called "save the big dog" ("Save Big Dog"), including his secretary, at the Origin of sending a hundred invitations for May 2020 and that he would have nicknamed his "Labrador Loyal", according to the Sunday Times.
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