QUACK QUACK OOOOPS
Daily Star|January 20, 2022
OUR LAME DUCK PRIME MINISTER STILL REFUSES TO DO THE RIGHT THING | LEADER LOOKS LIKE LAME DUCK AFTER THE NEW QUIT CALL | STAY HOME, PROTECT THE NHS, QUACK. MP | 'IN NAME OF GOD...GO!
JAMES CAVEN

SHAMED Bozo Johnson is STILL defying calls to quit over his lockdown party shenanigans even after his ex-Brexit Minister told him to sling his hook.

BORIS "Bozo" Johnson looked like a lame-duck last night after a Tory grandee urged him to quit.

The Prime Minister defied calls to resign from opposition MPs over lockdown-busting Downing Street parties, urging them to wait for civil servant Sue Gray's report.

But Bozo's authority was left in tatters after MP David Davis called for him to stand down, saying: “In the name of God, go." The former Brexit Secretary, inset, added: “I expect my leaders to shoulder the responsibility for the actions they take.

"Yesterday he did the opposite of that."

Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg later said of Mr Davis: "He is a distinguished member of the Conservative Party but he's always been something of a lone wolf. No-one would call David a lightweight, he's a very serious political figure, but his comments today were too theatrical."

Around 12 letters of no confidence from the 2019 intake of new Tory MPs were reportedly handed in yesterday as the “pork pie plot" to oust Bozo gathered pace.

The overall number is said to be getting closer to the 54 needed for a confidence vote, with backbencher Andrew Bridgen claiming it will likely be triggered this week.

Bozo was said to have been "broken" and "in tears" as he met MPs to shore up support on Tuesday, following a disastrous TV interview about May 20, 2020, "bring your own booze" bash he attended.

Downing Street denied he was crying.

Health Secretary Sajid Javid last night said he "fully” supports the PM, adding it is "important to me and to the country" that he has apologised.

NO MORE PLAN B

PLAN B restrictions will be scrapped next week.

Face masks will no longer be mandatory in England from next Thursday, while working from home guidance has been axed effective immediately.

The PM confirmed Covid passports will also be ditched to the joy of his Tory Party backbenchers.

From today, face coverings will no longer be required for classrooms.

But Boris Johnson said the Government still suggests wearing masks in "enclosed and crowded spaces", although they will not be compulsory.

Restrictions will also be further eased on visits to care homes, he told MPs.

Self-isolation regulations, for people who test positive with Covid, also look set to go on March 24.

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