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“No confidence” in Rishi Sunak Letters Drafted

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The recently installed Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has been in the 10 Downing Street hot seat for less than a week but is already facing his first leadership nightmare.

Sunak is confronted with a significant crisis, with “deeply unhappy” Conservative Party MPs already preparing letters of no confidence in the Prime Minister, fuelled by a furious outpouring of rage over his massive Cabinet reshuffle. 


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Boris Johnson announced his withdrawal from the Conservative leadership election last Sunday night, effectively ending hopes of a stunning comeback. 

Penny Mordaunt also announced her resignation on Monday, clearing the way for Mr Sunak to be formally announced as the next Prime Minister – without a vote.

However, in the midst of a major crisis, some “deeply unhappy” MPs on the right of the party are already preparing letters to Sir Graham Brady, Chairman of the 1922 Committee, asking for a vote of no confidence in Mr Sunak, according to Express.co.uk political editor David Maddox.

He claimed that Mr Sunak’s Cabinet changes have fuelled their rage, with “a number of sacked ministers” believing he failed to keep his promise of a “big tent” government that “took in the different wings of the party.”

It’s another sign of the deep schisms that have torn the Conservative Party apart in recent months, and have gotten worse under Liz Truss’s leadership.

Republished from Save Britain

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Mark Deacon
Mark Deacon
1 month ago

No confidence Sunak on one concept already.

Sunak is not prepared to put a cost of living increase against pension … a pension that people were forced to pay into all their lives. Especially when inflation is about 10%.

But of course all politicians and high level government officials have golden pensions so they do not have to endurte the inflation the same.

Right now all pension should be the basic state pension for all at best and then means tested too see if a person is entitled too that.

MannyPhaces
MannyPhaces
1 month ago

After the mass “pandemic” bungling, how can ANYONE have any confidence in ANY “World Leader”???

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  MannyPhaces
1 month ago

Sunak is even worse. He was behind the furlough, without the furlough scheme people would have revolted at once as an answer to be ordered to stay at home. It was the biggest TRAP ever, and ruined many businesses, we were affected, too. Many lost customers till the level they couldn’t survive and at the end they had to send away most of their staff or even all. Not only small businesses, even bigger ones were affected. He did it, we don’t need to know more about him to judge him.

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1 month ago

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creamwalls
creamwalls
1 month ago

Boris Johnson is a perfect example of how completely politically naïve, unqualified and out of touch British politicians are.
 
When the Globalists were in the initial stages of instigating their coup d’état to remove Truss and install their puppet Sunak, Boris Johnson came bumbling back thinking he actually had a chance of being reinstated as leader of the Tories and thus Prime Minister.
 
It’s unbelievable that Johnson hadn’t got the fact that the Globalists were done with him, both as the leader of the Tories and as PM. Johnson was a controlled puppet, but the narcissist obviously did not get this fact – and probably still doesn’t.
 
I heard it queried (I think on the UK Column) when Johnson was PM if he actually knew he was being controlled. The response to this query was that he probably didn’t. Johnson’s idiotic attempt to be reinstalled proves this response to be correct.
 
Narcissists in power surround themselves with yes-men. They do this because they are mentally unable to bear criticism or have errors of speech or thought corrected. The Globalists, though, have access to the best psychologists and these know how to get narcissists to do as they are told without them realising they are controlled.
 
I firmly believe that to Johnson his time in politics and as PM was little more than a big game to him. As such, it’s understandable that he’d come running back like a yapping puppy dog when he saw an opportunity to be elevated to status and grandeur again.    
 
I have no doubt Sunak is another machiavellian narcissist. A little chap that will surround himself with yes-people and greatly enjoy playing the game. To the experienced Globalists, these types make the perfect puppets.
 
If anyone in the UK still thinks they live in a democracy, the coup d’état that led to the installation of the very unpopular Sunak as PM should set them straight. 

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  creamwalls
1 month ago

Joking? Boris Johnson has a website, he was openly eugenics (and his father, too). I just love coincidences, under an eugeincs people start to die to an experimental ‘treatment’ during a hoax (radiation caused) pandemic.

KarenB
KarenB
1 month ago

They should be more concerned over his communist green policies of their new PM. You can best believe the globalist criminal King Charles was behind the choice. The green agenda is all about the destruction of freedom, the economy and depopulation and King Charles has been at the forefront of this movement for MANY decades. He and Uncle Klaus are long time buddies.

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1 month ago

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John Steeples
John Steeples
1 month ago

First start I’ve got nothing against foreign people and the new Prime Minister personally and got nothing wrong with them, except he is a foreigner and he should not be running the English government. He cannot help is got religion things quite different and is filtering to the government a Mr Powell MP said it 30 years ago

England is for English people, not the foreigners to take over and they will take over because foreigners have a lot of children English do not, in 20 years. The be more foreigners in England and the will be English

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  John Steeples
1 month ago

As a foreigner, I deeply agree with it. Your own people should be in decision making positions especially at the top.

John Steeples
John Steeples
1 month ago

Before he was Prime Minister was the Chancellor and wrote to him

Pension I get to pensions. One is just over 500 a mouth and the end of the year, birthday, I get 2700

So out of a small amount like £8000 I get charged £500 tax, which I think is totally wrong

GundelP
GundelP
1 month ago

They couldn’t put him to the position at once, they used Truss to show how bad one can be to make way and make Sunak accepted, it looks to me that was the plan all along.