Johnson on the brink’

what the papers said about Boris Johnson’s cabinet resignations

“hanging by a thread”

“Last chance saloon”

Your Page!

Boris Johnson is fighting for political survival 

The Chancellor-Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, and the Secretary of State for Health, Sajid Javid, have resigned from Boris Johnson's government.

Your Page!

Rishi Sunak:

“the public rightly expect government to be conducted properly, competently and seriously. I believe these standards are worth fighting for and that is why I am resigning.

Sajid Javed:

In his resignation he says:
“I regret to say, however, that it is clear to me that this situation will not change under your leadership - and you have therefore lost my confidence too.

“Finally” says the banner headline in the Mirror, adding that “after years of backing toxic PM, Sunak & Javid wield knife”.

Your Page!

Drowning Street party during Lockdown-Time.

Boris Johnson is facing renewed accusations of lying after photos emerged of him drinking at a Downing Street party during the lockdown

Your Page!

Lawmaker appointed to a senior position despite claims of sexual misconduct

Boris has apologised for appointing Chris Pincher after being told about a misconduct complaint against the MP.

Your Page!

Roger Gale told the BBC

"This prime minister has trashed the reputation of a proud and honorable party for honesty and decency, and that is not acceptable.''

Your Page!

Birthday bash in
LOCKDOWN times:

Downing Street has admitted that staff gathered inside No 10 to celebrate Boris Johnson's birthday when the first Covid lockdown was still in place.

Your Page!

Putin has saved Boris Johnson.

But then came the war. In the space of a fortnight, approval for the PM has risen by 24 points. Boris remains still in negative territory.

Your Page!

Johnson survived a no-confidence vote after a scandal about lockdown-breaking parties.

He survived, but 41% of Conservatives voted to remove him from office.

Your Page!

Heading 1

Britain's new Chancellor of the Exchequer Nadhim Zahawi 

PM named his Iraqi-born education secretary, Nadhim Zahawi, as finance minister after the shock resignation of Rishi Sunak.

Your Page!

Boris Johnson:
The lost/last endurance.