UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has denied plotting to topple Prime Minister Theresa May
Hosts’ identity incapacitated by the Conservative Gathering’s awful race result. Johnson tweeted that an article in the Mail on Sunday every day paper highlighted “Boris set to dispatch offer to be PM as May sticks on” was “tripe”.
May is under weight after the Conservatives lost their parliamentary larger part in the choice on Thursday. The social occasion is searching for support from Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party to stay in power.
Reports that the outside secretary was by then “on moves” initiated shock yesterday with one Tory serve saying Mr Johnson would “never wind up obviously head executive and never be absolved” if there were any signs of his unsettling for the expert.
Mr Johnson ousted as “tripe” reports that he was fighting for the specialist. “I am supporting Theresa May,” he said. “We should get on with the business.”
In any case, there was uncertainty among some Tory accomplices after he sent a string of WhatsApp messages to MPs unveiling to them all to be unfaltering. It expressed: “Individuals we need to calm down and get behind the official.”
LONDON — Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has used a WhatsApp collect for Conservative MPs to urge reinforce for under fire Prime Minister Theresa May, hours in the wake of being constrained to deny that he is plotting to oust May, taking after reports in two Sunday every day papers that he hopes to do all things considered.
“Individuals we need to calm down and get behind the head executive,” Johnson told the get-together, before posting eight reasons why. The WhatsApp messages were first point by point by ITV’s Daniel Hewitt.