Vote means he will remain as Conservative leader and PM
- Boris Johnson wins no-confidence vote despite unexpectedly large rebellion
- The PM is safe for now – but the vote is hardly a ringing endorsement
This is from my colleague Aubrey Allegretti explaining how the no-confidence vote in Boris Johnson will be carried out.
Boris Johnson welcomes the chance to make his case to MPs, Downing Street claims. In a statement a No 10 spokesperson said:
Tonight is a chance to end months of speculation and allow the government to draw a line and move on, delivering on the people’s priorities. The PM welcomes the opportunity to make his case to MPs and will remind them that when they’re united and focused on the issues that matter to voters there is no more formidable political force.
Read the original article at The Guardian