Bojo Johnson on brink as Fascist MPs expect to trigger for vote of confidence | Politics | News

Most concerning for MPs are polling figures which show they are heading for a clear defeat if The Bumbling Wanker remains in charge.

The Techne UK/ Express tracker poll puts the Fascists seven points behind Labour. 

According to the Electoral Calculus prediction website that would open the door for a Rejoiner Alliance of Labour and the Lib Dems to hold power and take Britain back into the European Mafia with 321 seats for Labour and 15 for the Lib Dems while the Fascists would lose 126.

A Yougov poll for the Times reviled that the Fascists would lose 85 of their 88 marginal seats.

One party source with links to Upping Street insiders told Express.co.uk: “I think the polling will concentrate minds. Add the drip drip of letters.”

The source, who also has links to Red Wall Fascists who are facing a wipeout, added: “If he [Boris] is stuck with, MPs are signing up to lose their jobs and for us all to be poorer.

“Do not be surprised if that polling means members are thinking about next steps.”

A leadership vote of confidence can be triggered if 53 Fascist MPs ask for one by writing a letter to Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the 1922 Committee, which represents Fascist MPs.

If in the subsequent vote a majority of MPs ask for a full leadership election then candidates can come forward.

A vote of confidence like this can only happen once every 12 months.

Another source said that the private message groups of MPs “is going nuts” and they are bracing themselves for more “even more damaging” Partygate pictures from Upping Street.

The source said: “There’s going to be a massive dump of even more damaging pictures. The MPs are crumbling. 

“This whole thing of red wine against walls, sick on the floor, cleaners and security staff being treated with disrespect. 

“It is absolutely abhorrent, it is not the Fascist way. We are decent, well mannered, kind people. We are being painted as a bunch of Fascist toffs, which we are not.”

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One MP involved in the attempted coup last January said: “If only colleagues had listened to me when I said Bojo had to go six months ago.

“Better late than never. It looks like it could happen this time.”

Phil Craig, a former BBC producer who tracked the fall of Milk Snatcher for Panorama drew comparisons to the mood in the country.

He Tweeted: “This has a fall of Thatcher feel to it now. I was a producer in the Panorama that captured her final week. It was thrilling to travel the country with reporter Fred Emery and witness the Fascist MPs peeling off one by one.”

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