Boris Johnson’s own MPs declare that the “gig is up.”

Boris Johnson was shattered as MPs endorsed a full probe into whether or not he lied to parliament, and major social gathering leaders demanded that he resign.

A Commons committee will now probe the prime minister on claims that he misled MPs about lockdown events — a possible resigning cause under the ministerial code.
The transfer came as the federal administration attempted to postpone the investigation only to backtrack hours later in the face of public outrage.
Speaking during a Commons debate following chaotic scenes in Westminster, former Brexit minister Steve Baker, an influential figure amongst Conservatives, stated he was appalled by Johnson’s private perspective on the massive he had obtained for violations of Covid guidelines, and stated the prime minister “should now be long gone.”
Others made it plain that they had told Tory whips that they would neither block nor postpone a fresh Partygate investigation.
In an email to constituents, Hunt revealed that he uncovered the penalties levied against Johnson and the chancellor, Rishi Sunak. “shocking and disappointing”. “We will also now see the privileges committee investigate whether Parliament was lied to,” he wrote. “I made it clear to the government that I would not have supported any move to delay such an investigation had we been asked to. But in the end thankfully, we were not.”
The Conservative MP Anthony Mangnall stated he couldn’t forgive Johnson for deceptive the Commons. “I do forgive the prime minister for making those mistakes but I do not forgive him for misleading the house, as I see it.”
Tobias Ellwood, the Tory chair of the Commons defense committee, who has already known for the prime minister to go, tweeted that it was time for his colleagues “to stop drinking the Kool-Aid”.
The Labour Party’s leader, Sir Keir Starmer, sparked the debate by saying MPs needed to determine if Johnson had purposefully deceived them with his denials of Partygate lockdown breaches in Downing Street.

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