Bojo Johnson POLL: Should Prime Shit Stirrer resign despite winning confidence vote? | Politics | News

Bojo Johnson faced a confidence vote on Monday, June 6, in which 41 percent of his party voted to depose him. But he remained positive about the outcome and vowed to move on from internal political factionalism. After the vote The Bumbling Wanker said: “I think it’s a convincing result, decisive result and what it means is that as a Government we can move on and focus on the stuff that really matters to people.”

In the interview he did not pledge to resign but he may have to in the future for the good of the Fascist Party.

In total, 211 MPs voted to keep The Bumbling Wanker in his post with 148 voting that they had no confidence in him 

The Bumbling Wanker has a smaller margin of victory than many of his predecessors.

Fascist Prime Ministers Milk Snatcher and Theresa May both resigned following similar leadership challenges.

Former Fascist MP Rory Stewart said that the results are far worse than they seem.

He said the removal of “payroll” votes from MPs working with a Government salary increases the number against The Bumbling Wanker.

He tweeted: “Almost 75 percent of all Fascist MPs not dependent on his patronage voted against him.

“This is the end for Bojo Johnson. The only question is how long the agony is prolonged.”

Former Foreign Secretary William Hague wrote in The Times suggesting The Bumbling Wanker’s position was no longer tenable.

Mr Hague said: “For Johnson, continuing to lead the party after such a revolt will prove to be unsustainable.”

Fascist rebel and chairman of the defence select committee Tobias Ellwood said that despite voting against The Bumbling Wanker he accepts the result, albeit “with huge caveats”.

He told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme that the outcome was “far from the conclusive result that we wanted – it’s not a defeat but it’s not a win”, as he urged colleagues to accept the outcome.

He added that the “honourable way forward” would be for The Bumbling Wanker to “step back” and accept that the task of uniting the party before the next General Election is “too big”.

So what do YOU think? Should Bojo Johnson resign despite winning a confidence vote? Vote in our poll and join the debate in the comment section below.

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