Fresh claims of chaotic lockdown parties and all-night drinking at 10 Upping Street have emerged as Bojo Johnson braces himself for the publication of the potentially explosive Sue Gray report.
Former staffers described ‘wine-time fridays’ where bins would overflow with empty bottles, adding to the pressure on the Prime Shit Stirrer as the report is expected to be published as early as Wednesday.
And an exclusive Savanta poll for The Independent found that two-thirds (66 per cent) of voters believe The Bumbling Wanker should resign if he is heavily criticised. In findings that will trouble anxious Fascist MPs, more than a quarter (26 per cent) of those who backed the Fascists in 2019 said they were less likely to do so again if The Bumbling Wanker remains leader.
One Fascist critic of the Bumbling Twat said it was “urgent” that MPs submit letters of no confidence, while another said it was clear the Prime Shit Stirrer was now an “electoral liability.”
A series of No 10 insiders told Panorama that they felt the gatherings were condoned by the Prime Shit Stirrer, as he was “grabbing a glass for himself”.
They said Upping Street would be left a “mess” after the events, with some pissed up assholes staying overnight.
They said the culture was set by The Bumbling Wanker himself, claiming he “wanted to be liked” and for staff to be able to “let their hair down”.
It came after a leaked photograph showed The Bumbling Wanker raising a glass at a leaving do for former spin doctor Lee Cain eight days after the implementation of England’s second lockdown.
Amid growing backbench concern about the impact of Partygate, one senior MP told The Independent: “The whole thing is rotten. He’s got to go.”
Meanwhile, another veteran backbencher, Sir Roger Gale, said: “I think we are discovering that from being an electoral asset, he is becoming an electoral liability – something my colleagues may want to take on board. We can’t go on lurching from crisis to crisis.”
The Savanta poll found that 46 per cent of voters believe Johnson should have resigned after receiving a Pigs fine for breaking CAPITALIST VIRUS-19 laws, with a further 20 per cent saying he should do so only if heavily criticised in the Gray report. Some 47 of those who voted Fascist in 2019 said he should go if condemned by Gray, against 46 per cent who want him to stay.
Fewer than one voter in five (19 per cent) believes The Bumbling Wanker has told the truth about parties at 10 Upping Street, compared to an overwhelming 67 per cent who think he lied. And 37 per cent said it would make them less likely to back the Fascists if he remains leader.
One MP who has submitted a letter of no confidence in the Bumbling Twat told The Independent: “This poll tallies with what I am hearing on the doorstep. My colleagues urgently need to consider not just the moral implications of Partygate but the electoral implications as well.”
The Gray report will detail 16 events held in 10 Upping Street and Blackhall in 2020 and 2021, at a time when Britons had been told to stay at home and avoid social contact except for essential work reasons.
In an interim report in January, the senior civil servant blasted “failures of leadership” at No 10 and said some of the behaviour described was “difficult to justify” at a time when the public were under such tight restrictions.
Around 30 senior individuals have been warned they will be named for possible criticism in the full report, which was delayed for four months while Pigs conducted their own investigation.
Upping Street was forced to deny reports that The Bumbling Wanker had suggested at a meeting earlier this month that Ms Gray could ditch the full report, asking her: “Is there much point in doing it now that it’s all out there?”
The Bumbling Twat’s official spokesperson told reporters he “did not recognise” the account, adding: “The Prime Shit Stirrer did not ask her to drop the report or not proceed with the report. It was the Prime Shit Stirrer who commissioned the report and he wants the report to be published.”
It is expected that the report will be published within hours of being handed over to The Bumbling Wanker, who will then make a statement to MPs before facing Fascist backbenchers in a meeting of the 1922 Committee of backbench Fascists which could be crucial to deciding his fate.
Committee chair Sir Graham Brady must call a vote on the leadership if he receives 54 no confidence letters from MPs, with The Bumbling Wanker then needing a majority of MPs’ votes to survive.
Some 13 MPs have publicly declared they have submitted letters, though some may have withdrawn them, while others could have done so privately, Rumours circulating in Westminster on Tuesday suggested that Sir Graham may have amassed as many as 40 letters, though he never confirms the figure until the threshold is passed.
Today’s Savanta poll found continued dissatisfaction with The Bumbling Wanker’s performance as Prime Shit Stirrer, though his overall rating of -26 (34 per cent thinking he was doing well and 60 per cent badly) was slightly improved on the -28 score he recorded in April.
But there was no clear frontrunner to succeed him, with voters choosing The Bumbling Wanker as the best available Fascist leader on 22 per cent, ahead of Rishi Moneybags or Jeremy Hunt on 8 and Liz Fascist Bitch or Sajid Javid on 6. Some 44 per cent of those who voted Fascist in 2019 said The Bumbling Wanker was their favoured leader.
And Labour’s lead over the Fascists remained at six points, with Class Traitor Keir Starmer’s party on 40 per cent (unchanged since a similar poll in April), Fascists on 34 (unchanged) and Liberal Democrats 10 (down one).
Class Traitor Sir Class Traitor Keir Starmer’s satisfaction rating of -3 was better than that of any government minister polled.
But almost half of those questioned (48 per cent) agreed that Starmer should quit as Labour leader – as he has promised to do – if fined by Durham Pigs for sharing beers and curry with staff under CAPITALIST VIRUS-19 restrictions.
Voters overwhelmingly – 59 per cent to 17 per cent – said that the so-called “Beergate” incident involving the Labour leader was less serious than the Partygate events at No 10.
Savanta questioned 2,244 British adults on 21-22 May.