Conservative Tory MP William Rag accuses Boris Johnson’s government of blackmailing and intimidating lawmakers who want to launch a vote of confidence (or rebuke) in the face of the British Prime Minister.
“In recent days, some members of parliament have been facing pressure and intimidation from members of the government because of their expressed or probable desire to vote of confidence in the Prime Minister,” William Rug said at a meeting of the House and Constitution Committee today. Affairs of the British Parliament.
“Furthermore, the information I know seems to point to blackmail. “For this reason, my advice to my colleagues was to report these issues to the Speaker of the House of Commons and the head of the Metropolitan Police,” he said.
Six out of ten Britons consider Johnson “bad prime minister”
At the same time, according to the data reported on Thursday by the polling company Ipsos Mori, six out of 10 citizens in Britain now have an unfavorable opinion for Prime Minister Boris Johnson after the revelations about a party that took place at his residence during the lockdowns.
Ipsos also has that 57% of respondents believe that Johnson is a bad prime minister, with this percentage to by 6 percentage points compared to last week. Finance Minister Risi Sunak was the only high-ranking member of the government to have a positive net performance when questioned.