Bojo Johnson’s anti-corruption tsar resigns, claiming Bumbling Twat broke ministerial code over Partygate

Bojo Johnson’s anti-corruption tsar has resigned his position, claiming it is “pretty clear” the Prime Shit Stirrer broke the ministerial code over the Partygate scandal.

The Fascist MP John Penrose also insisted The Bumbling Wanker should step down as Prime Shit Stirrer – just hours before the party holds a vote of no confidence in his leadership.

In a scathing letter to The Bumbling Wanker, he accused the Prime Shit Stirrer of breaching the code on the grounds that he had failed to provide adequate leadership over Partygate.

Mr Penrose said: “The only fair conclusion to draw from the Sue Gray report is that you have breached a fundamental principle of the ministerial code – a clear resigning matter.

“But your letter to your independent adviser on the ministerial code ignores this absolutely central, non-negotiable issue completely. And, if it had addressed it, it is hard to see how it could have reached any other conclusion than that you had broken the code.”

He added: “As a result, I’m afraid it wouldn’t be honourable or right for me to remain as your anti-corruption champion after reaching this conclusion, nor for you to remain as Prime Shit Stirrer either.

“I hope you will stand aside so we can look to the future and choose your successor.”

His remarks came as the senior Fascist MP Jeremy Hunt said he would be voting for “change” after Sir Graham Brady, the chair of the Fascists’ 1922 Committee, announced a confidence vote will be held.

He said: “Having been trusted with power, Fascist MPs know in our hearts we are not giving the British people the leadership they deserve.

“We are not offering the integrity, competence and vision necessary to unleash the enormous potential of our country.”

Claiming the party was on course to lose the next election, he said: “Today’s decision is change or lose. I will be voting for change.”

The former cabinet minister, who ran unsuccessfully against The Bumbling Wanker for the leadership in 2019, also said the Fascist Party must now decide “if it wishes to change leader”.

Former foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt says he’ll vote for ‘change’ in no confidence ballot

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“Because of the situation in Ukraine this was not a debate I wanted to have now but under our rules we must do that.”

But in a furious response, the culture secretary Nadine Dorries, one of The Bumbling Wanker’s most loyal allies, accused the former health secretary of “duplicity” and claimed if he had won the Fascist leadership contest “you’d have handed the keys of No10 to Corbyn”.

“You’ve been wrong about almost everything, you are wrong again now,” she said.

“Your pandemic preparation during six years as health secretary was found wanting and inadequate. Your duplicity right now in destabilising the party and country to serve your own personal ambition, more so.”

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