Boris Johnson will have to rebuild his government if he survives as leader after 41 resignations since Tuesday night.
The letters have arrived at a speed of knots since the PM forced to apologize for his handling of the Chris Pincher scandalas it turned out, he had forgotten that previous allegations of “inappropriate” behavior had been brought to his attention.
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So who said they will stay or go?
Rishi Sunak is undoubtedly the most significant resignation. The chancellor said he could no longer remain loyal to the prime minister.
Minister of Health Sajid Javid also resigned. He said the British people “expect integrity from their government” but voters now believe the current government is neither competent nor “acting in the national interest”.
Child and family pastor Want quince has resigned, saying he had “no choice” after that appears on Sky News on Monday Defending Mr Johnson with briefings number 10 “which have now been revealed to be inaccurate”.
school minister Robin Walker was next. He said the government has been “overshadowed by failures and integrity issues”.
Victoria Atkins has resigned as Minister of Justice, saying ‘I can no longer spiral around our broken values’ and ‘we can and must be better’.
Minister of Finance JohnGlen has resigned, telling Boris Johnson “I can no longer reconcile my commitment to the role with the complete lack of confidence I have in your continued leadership of our country”.
Environment Minister Jo Churchill also slammed the PM in her resignation, calling for a leader with integrity and competence rather than a “jokingly self-interested approach”.
Stuart Andrew has resigned as housing minister, saying: “Our party, especially our members and especially our great country, deserve better”.
Mims Davies has resigned as Labor Secretary, saying the Conservative Party needs a “fresh start”.
Five junior ministers coordinated their resignation and jointly signed a letter. They are Kemi Badenoch, Neil O’Brien, Alexander Burghart, Lee Rowley and Julia Lopez.
Rachel Maclean resigned as Minister for Security at the Home Office, saying the Prime Minister should “resign for the good of the country and our party”.
Mike Freier has resigned as Minister for Exports and Equality, complaining about “creating an atmosphere of hostility towards LGBT+ people”, adding: “I can no longer defend policies with which I fundamentally disagree”.
Who else said that they go:
• Laura Trott has resigned as parliamentary private secretary in the Ministry of Transport
• Alex Chalk resigned as Attorney General
• Andrew Murrison resigned as trade envoy for Morocco
• Bim Afolami has resigned as Tory vice-president
• Jonathan Gullis has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Secretary of Northern Ireland
• Saqib Bhatti has resigned as parliamentary private secretary to the health minister
• Nicholas Richards has resigned as parliamentary private secretary for the Department of Transport
• Virginia Crosbie has given up her role as Parliamentary Private Secretary in the Welsh Office
• Claire Coutinho has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Treasury
• David Johnston has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary of the Ministry of Education
• Felicity Buchan has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary in the Department of Economy, Energy and Industrial Strategy
• Except for Saxby has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Treasury
• Duncan Baker has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary for Leveling, Housing and Municipalities
• Craig Williams has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Federal Chancellor
• Mark Logan resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Minister for Northern Ireland
• Theo Clarke has resigned as Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Kenya
• Markus Fletcher has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary in the Ministry of Economic Affairs
• Sara Britcliffe has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary in the Ministry of Education
• Ruth Edwards has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary in the Scotland Office
• Peter Gibson has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Department of Commerce
• David Duguid has resigned as trade envoy for Angola and Zambia
• James Sunderland has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
• Jacob Young has resigned as parliamentary private secretary in the leveling department
• James Daly has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Department for Works and Pensions
• David Mundell has resigned as Trade Ambassador for New Zealand
Who got fired?
• Leveling Up, Secretary for Housing and Communities Michael Gove was dismissed by the Prime Minister
Who got promoted?
• Nadhim Zahawi changes from education minister to chancellor
• Steve BarclayChancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, has been promoted to Secretary of Health
• Minister of Education Michelle Donelan will replace Mr. Zahawi as Education Secretary
Who said they stay:
• Justice Secretary Dominic Raab – a spokesman said Mr Raab was “loyal to the Prime Minister”.
• Culture Minister Nadine Dorries – she said the Prime Minister “consistently gets all the big decisions right”
• Minister for Brexit Chances Jacob Rees-Mogg – he told Sky News: “The Prime Minister has won a big mandate in a general election, a vote by the British people and that shouldn’t be taken away from him because a number of people are stepping down .”
• Scottish Minister Alister Jack – he said: “I fully support the Prime Minister.”
• Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng
• Home Secretary Priti Patel
• Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace
• International Trade Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan
• Attorney General Suella Braverman
• Secretary of State Liz Truss
• Wales Secretary Simon Hart
• Secretary for Transport Grant Shapps
• Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis
• Chief Whip Chris Heaton-Harris
• Cabinet Minister Alok Sharma
• Cabinet Secretary Michael Ellis
• Chief Secretary of the Treasury Simon Clarke
• Lord Keeper Seal and Leader of the House of Lords Baroness Evans
• Secretary of State at the Department for Work and Pensions Therese Coffey