Well being Secretary Sajid Javid has warned Conservative rebels towards pushing for an extra vote of no-confidence within the prime minister.
When quizzed over whether or not the committee must make modifications, Javid advised Sky Information: “In fact they shouldn’t change the principles. I assumed you had been asking me whether or not they can change the principles.
“There isn’t a want to vary any guidelines as a result of we have now had the poll, it’s a clear, decisive end result and now we simply get on with the job,” he went on.
The Unbiased have reported that insurgent Conservative MPs are bent on altering the principles of the 1922 Committee that presently allow an extra no-confidence vote on the prime minister after 12 months.
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Javid additionally claimed that Johnson’s victory in Monday’s vote was a “clear and decisive win”.
He additionally urged that rebels had been now getting behind Johnson, stating: “chatting with colleagues after that vote yesterday, together with some that I spoke to that publicly stated they didn’t help the prime minister within the vote, however they’re democrats like all of us and so they settle for the results of the vote and so they’re getting behind the prime minister.”