Cabinet minister quits Boris Johnson government

Cabinet minister quits Boris Johnson government

A top cabinet ally of Boris Johnson has quit over the recent sacking of anti-Brexit conservatives. Amber Rudd, Johnson’s work and pensions secretary, and till now a staunch supporter, resigned from her post. Rudd said six other ministers could quit as well. Rudd left the Conservative Party in ’disgust’ over Johnson’s jettisoning of fellow Tories last week.

Eric Shun
Eric Shun 5 months

most of parliament are traitors to the country.

porcus 5 months

Cabinet Ministers should be united with the Prime Minister with regards to Brexit; if they are not then they should leave.

Highlander 5 months

These MPs were elected on the promise they would deliver brexit. If they go back on that promise then they need to purged from the party. They got elected with the backing of the party under false pretenses. If they are not willing to deliver Brexut which was the will of the British people then they should stand as independents or for a different party and see how far they get. Boris is quite justified in kicking them out. My guess is they will melt into obscurity after the next election.

ConcealCarryProtect 5 months

If you watch a parliament session and just watch the u professional laughing and yelling and mocking. Its not wonder the UK is falling apart and no wonder the peopke want out. If Boris gets removed, it may be time for a HongKong event.

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