Six extra ministers have stop Boris Johnson’s authorities, because the beleaguered prime minister struggles to avoid wasting his ailing premiership.
Kemi Badenoch, Julia Lopez, Lee Rowley, Neil O’Brien, Alex Burghart and Mims Davies have introduced they’re resigning – taking the full variety of departing ministers on Wednesday to 12.
In a joint letter, 5 ministers said the federal government “cannot function given the issues that have come to light and the way in which they have been handled”. Ms Davies then resigned as employment minister, saying the Tories “need a fresh start”.
Treasury minister John Glen and Home Office minister Victoria Atkins are amongst a gaggle of six ministers to stop the federal government earlier on Wednesday, citing the PM’s “poor judgement” and lack of integrity.
Jo Churchill stop as well being minister shortly, Stuart Andrew resigned as housing minister, Robin Walker stepped down as faculties requirements minister, and Will Quince left as kids and households minister.
It comes as Michael Gove has reportedly informed the PM he should step down. The Daily Mail reported that the Levelling Up secretary delivered the message at a gathering on Wednesday morning, citing sources.
The newspaper stated a spokesman for Mr Gove didn’t dispute this.