The Tory government are in a right mess tonight as the chancellor and the Secretary for Health and Social Care resign and it’s thought many more will follow.
Sunak issued a statement
“The public rightly expect government to be conducted properly, competently and seriously. I recognise this may be my last ministerial job, but I believe these standards are worth fighting for and that is why I am resigning.”
Javid also issued a statement
“I have spoken to the Prime Minister to tender my resignation as Secretary of State for Health & Social Care. It has been an enormous privilege to serve in this role, but I regret that I can no longer continue in good conscience.”
This bombshell leaves Boris Johnson in more than a pickle he was already in, the confidence in the prime minister is almost zero and the pressure must be on himself now to resign and let someone else take over until the next general election which some people within other media are saying could come sooner than expected.
Boris Johnson has rightly been slated for what he did during the pandemic when the majority of people were hiding under the bed to a virus that came with it (and now proven) misleading death statistics, Boris was having a great time at his many party’s.
He is now subject to a public enquiry which will take many years to get any result which many people are expecting should mean Boris Johnson, Matt Hancock, the so called scientific advisors, members of SAGE, some editors of selected mainstream media outlets end up behind bars.
The needless deaths of all those elderly people, people could not take it anymore and committed suicide, the Tories broke our mental health services so more people became unwell, and of course almost broke our economy.
Boris had other people resign before Sunak and Javid and expect more will now follow, he is the biggest liar we have ever known in politics here in the UK and has to step down, he is destroying the Tories and the government.
Even now though it wouldn’t surprise us if Boris sticks it out to the last man standing, by that time the Tories as a party will be finished, the biggest problem though is if Labour do win the next general election who would want Starmer as the PM? it doesn’t look great does it!