Westminster Editor BORIS Johnson's former Brexit minister yesterday pleaded with him to step down.
Backbench Tory MP David Davis launched a blistering attack during Prime Minister's Questions and told Johnson: “In the name of God, go.” And the SNP's Ian Blackford said the PM had made a dog's dinner” of defending Nolo's boozy parties.
BORIS Johnson was told by a former senior Tory Cabinet minister yesterday that he should pack his suitcase and go.
The Tory Prime Minister was hanging on defiantly last night following calls to quit led by veteran Tory MP David Davis.
The former Brexit minister adopted the wartime words of fellow Tory Leopold Amery to then prime minister Neville Chamberlain - in a call originally uttered by Oliver Cromwell - and said: “You have sat there too long for all the good you do, in the name of God, go?
The shell-shocked, squirming PM spluttered: “I must say to him, I don't know what he is talking about .
Davis launched his attack on Johnson at the end of a bruising Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) which saw Labour leader Keir Starmer ridicule Johnson, with more condemnation coming from the SNP's Ian Blackford.
A dramatic defection to the Labour benches by Tory “Red Wall MP Christian Wakeford was paraded as a triumph by Starmer at the opening of PMQs.
Escorted by Labour whip Chris Elmore, Wakeford symbolically crossed the floor of the House wearing a Union Flag face mask and sat behind Starmer and directly in the PM's line of vision.
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