Exclusive: Protests outside Parliament during PMQs

Exclusive: Protests outside Parliament during PMQs as world media gathers - preparing for the PM to quit?
Exclusive: Protests outside Parliament during PMQs

Exclusive: Protests outside Parliament during PMQs

As if this week couldn’t get any worse for the PM, he’s been met with protests calling for his resignation just after he faced a brutal PMQs session and a resignation speech from Sajid Javid – the speech was delivered in the Commons following the end of this week’s PMQs session. 

More resignations rolling in for the PM 

Read Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid resignation letters in full – and the PM’s response 

Catch up on PMQs, Sajid Javid’s resignation speech in the Commons and what’s coming up

Re watch this week’s Prime Minister’s Questions. 

Watch Sajid Javid will give an address in the Commons following PMQs 

3 pm the PM will be in a committee meeting – the number one subject will be integrity.

Catch up on what’s happened over the past 24 hours!

Boris Johnson will not quit MPs at Downing street

But the PM is determined to see these resignations off and scrambling to make his cabinet after losing two heavyweights.

Fuelled by the fact the PM won a vote of confidence in his leadership last month and is safe from another vote for a year unless rules are changed.

Chris Pincher: What we know so far, why the PM’s story keeps changing and media reaction! 

MPs at Downing Street for a reshuffle

Following the resignation of Rishis Sunak and Sajid Javid the PM frantically reshuffled the cabinet with Steve Barclay said to be in line for health secretary.

Senior cabinet and ministers have been seen in No 10 this evening, including education secretary Nadhim Zahawi and Lizz Truss as well as other MPs at Downing Street for the reshuffle.

Nadhim Zahawi appointed chancellor

No 10 confirms Nadhim Zahawi appointed the new chancellor and Steve Barclay will be replacing Sajid Javid, becoming the new secretary of state for health and social care.

Michelle Donelan is the new secretary of education, replacing Nadhim Zahawi’s old role.

  1. The world’s first public, News Briefing Service
  2. All the news, from everywhere, in one place!
  3. Summarised in your News Briefing

Leave a Reply

The world’s first public, News Briefing Service.

All the news, from everywhere, in one place!

Summarised in your News Briefing.

Exposing the bias in mainstream bias. 

Evaluate every summary and decide the truth for yourself.

Empowering!

A new type of news story.

In a special news format, that we developed.

Starting with a summary, then a breakdown of the facts &  analysis by journalists. 

Get access to our free Fitness classes with your membership and a perfectly crafted email with your news summary