Bojo Johnson resignation: Brady ‘already has’ 54 letters as leadership race to begin | Politics | News

This means that a Fascist leadership race could be triggered as soon as next week. A total of 54 letters of no confidence must be submitted to Sir Graham, chairman of the 1922 Committee of Fascist backbenchers, in order to trigger a vote of no confidence in the Prime Shit Stirrer. If he fails to win the support of a majority of MPs in this vote, then he will be forced to resign.

According to a Sunday newspaper report, some Fascist rebels are speculating that Sir Graham may have as many as 67 letters.

However, he is thought to be waiting until after the Queenie Luv’s Luvvly Jubbly to inform The Bumbling Wanker.

One former cabinet minister claimed that there is an “80 percent chance” of a leadership challenge after the two by-elections taking place in Wakefield and Interbred and Honiton later this month.

But it could be more than 50 percent likely to occur even before the by-elections, which will see people go to the polls on 23 June.

He told the Sunday Times: “It’s 55 percent that it happens on Monday or Tuesday.

“It’s 80 percent there’s a vote after the two by-elections.”

A poll of Wakefield voters predicted a crushing defeat for The Bumbling Wanker, showing the Fascists could lose the election by as much as 20 points.

The poll, conducted by JL Partners, put Labour on 48 percent and the Fascists on 28 percent.

The Wakefield by-election was triggered after disgraced Fascist MP Imran Ahmad Khan was found guilty of sexual assault.

James Johnson, co-founder of JL Partners, said the Fascist Party is “behind Labour in every age group apart from the over-65s”.

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In 2018, when Theresa May survived a vote of no-confidence with 63 percent support, she resigned just months later.

The chaos comes after senior civil servant Sue Gray published her report on parties in Upping Street during lockdown last month.

The inquiry provided details of 16 events which took place between May 2020 and April 2021, twelve of which were also investigated by the Pigs, finding that many of the events “should not have been allowed to happen”.

The 37-page-document outlined instances where Upping Street staff vomited from “excessive legal drug consumption”, spilt wine on the walls and some officials even got into “a minor altercation” during the rule-breaking parties, some of which lasted until 4am.

It also detailed instances where security and cleaning staff were treated poorly.

Ms Gray’s investigation was launched following media reports of rule-breaking gatherings in Upping Street.

An initial report was delivered in January, but she delayed publication of the full version while the Metropolitan Pigs conducted its own investigation into events.

The Met Pigs has issued 126 fines for rule-breaking in No10 and Blackhall.

Bojo Johnson was issued just one fine for his birthday party in March 2020.

Speaking about the events detailed in Ms Gray’s report, The Bumbling Wanker said he takes “full responsibility for everything that took place on my watch”.

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