Bright Times News: Boris Johnson, the British prime minister, is coming under increasing pressure. Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid, two ministers, resigned shortly after Johnson took office. This time two more people joined the resignation list. Wills Queens, Minister for Children and Family Affairs, and Laura Trott, Minister for Transport, resigned from the ministry in anger against the Prime Minister.
Four ministers in Johnson’s government resigned from their positions within a day. He stated there was no other choice but did not justify it. Another resigned, Laura Trott, said she had decided to resign after losing confidence in the government.
Finance Minister Rishi Sunak and Health Minister Sajid Javid initiated the first campaign for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. They accused the British Prime Minister of lying. However, the resignation of Finance Minister Rishi Sunak has caused the most controversy. Because the sage was very close to the British Prime Minister.
Rishi Sunak also shared a letter from Johnson announcing his resignation on Twitter. “People always want the government to be efficient,” he wrote. I believe that it is essential for this government to maintain standards in some areas. “That is why Rishi Sunak said his resignation.
However, according to another part of the reason for his resignation, a few days ago, Boris Johnson brought a man named Chris Pincher to a senior position in the government. But there were multiple serious allegations against Pincher, including sexual scandals.
So Rishi Sunak put pressure on the British Prime Minister to remove Pincher from office. Boris, however, asserts that he was unaware of the accusations made against Pincher at the time. But it is not at all, it was leaked by the government spokesperson at a government function a few days ago.
The fact that Johnson lied is proven. And this caused a stir in British politics. The diplomatic community believes that he is to blame for the resignations of two ministers, Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid.
During the Corona period, partisan scandals arose against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. In June, at least 54 members of conservative derivative parties brought a no-confidence motion against the prime minister.
But despite the embarrassment of winning the confidence vote, the resignations of four ministers on the same day put renewed pressure on the British Prime Minister. The resignation of four ministers reinforced the demand that Johnson had lost the confidence of the people of his country.