Boris Johnson comes under pressure and the Labor Party grows in Britain

Boris Johnson comes under pressure and the Labor Party grows in Britain
Boris Johnson is being rejected in the UK

Boris Johnson is coming under enormous pressure from the UK media and voters. That’s because a video shows government officials joking about a Christmas party amid the pandemic. At that time, the country was under strict restrictions due to Kovid-19.

The MPs who support the Prime Minister’s Aadhaar are demanding the overthrow of the government spokesperson. Some conservatives even suggested that Boris step down because of the controversy.

Voters are also unhappy with the Prime Minister. FocalData poll shows 61% of voters disapprove of the Johnson administration. Only 22% prefer the current UK management. Neither approve nor disapprove represents 15%. The data was released last Thursday (9).

The Labor Party benefits from this. Johnson’s caption is eight percentage points ahead of conservatives. Another poll also showed Labor six points ahead of the Conservatives.

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New elections are expected to be held only in 2024 to choose a new prime minister. This is because Boris was elected in 2019 and his term is five years.

However, the Prime Minister can resign and bring the election forward. This happens when he is under too much pressure and loses the associated base. There is no indication that the current UK head of government will do so. But it should come as no surprise that the pressure will mount in the days to come, forcing him to step down.

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