Half expecting Boris to change the law so he can’t be removed from power...
Boris and the Tory's tried to chage the parlimentary rules last year in order to prevent Owen Paterson from suspension for breaching paid advocacy rules which ended up in such a sh1tshow that Paterson resigned as an MP. They also illegally prorogued parliament in 2019, Partygate obvious law breaking, breaking international law to illegally change the NI protocal.... could go on and on with how his MP's & the RW press protect Boris at all costs, regardless of his law breaking, so its certainly not hyperbole to suggest Boris and the party wouldnt, given the chance, try to find a way for him to remain in power no matter what he does that in any other time in parlimentary history would has seen him resign as PM & an MP. However I do think you're right in that Boris is desperate to be the Ex PM of this country and go back to making millions a year on the speech circuirt like May and all the other ex PM's.... He is quoted as saying his PM salary of £150k a year is chickenfeed I believe...Don't be so hyperbolic.
Firstly, we are a parliamentary system. The PM is just an MP, he doesn't have any special place in the system. The only way to stay in post is to have the support of the largest party. And on top of that, he cannot change the law. Only parliament can. And if you think that MPs just meekly vote whichever way they are whipped, you don't know many MPs.
Secondly, Boris is halfway through his first term in office and he's having a rough go of it. What makes you think he wants to stay? What do you think he wants to do? His obvious next career move is to a highly paid after dinner speaker.
These days it seem that everyone fantasises about having properly evil political enemies. It seems that people are just making up an opponent bad enough to justify the incandescent outrage they already feel.
On an Internet forum?
To be fair, Johnson didn't know any of this during the committee meeting, and only found out maybe an hour ago that there'd been 32 resignations since he went in to meet with the committee.A group of cabinet ministers inc Gove, Lewis, the Chief Whip and Schapps have all told Johnson he should step down, the 1922 committee is meeting as well to discuss removing him, 31 ministers have now quit and yet Johnson is telling the Liaison committee right now that he is having "... a terrific week." And has no intention of stepping down lol!!! You can't make this utter cluster fuck of an omni shambles up
Well, then he's going to lose a no confidence vote, and he's going to find out if any other Tory could win.The BBC is reporting that apparently Boris is quoted in a meeting today that he is going no where no matter how many mps want him to as "...millions voted for him" in 2019 and there is no one in the tory party other than him who could poss win the next election....