Squatting in No 10.

Dave Levy
1 min readJul 9, 2022
Photo by Nick Kane on Unsplash

Johnson gave his agreement to elect a successor as Tory leader, but has not resigned as P.M., and plans to be the caretaker while the election takes place. This is wrong. His speech was not exactly gracious, and even John Major suggests its a high risk idea for Parliament and the Tory Party to allow him to remain. Sir Kier Starmer says he’ll move a vote of no-confidence if Johnson plans to stay; evidence is that he does and the Tory race to replace him has already started. I say get on with it. Table the motion on Monday.

I call on Labour movement entities to pass the following motion,

This committee notes the fake resignation of Boris Johnson as PM, and demands that Kier Starmer fulfil his promises to table a motion of no-confidence in the House of Commons.

I shall be putting it about every where I can, but Parliament goes on its break at the end of July.

Originally published at https://davelevy.info on July 9, 2022.

Dave Levy

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