Theresa May wore a ball gown to vote in Boris Johnson’s confidence vote
The Metro says Theresa May cast her ballot in Boris Johnson’s confidence vote while wearing a ballgown, according to reports.
The former prime minister also sported sequin encrusted heels as she made her decision on the current Tory leader’s future in Parliament.
She was on her way to speak at a dinner marking the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
But unfortunately, the Maidenhead MP refused to share whether she had swung in Mr Johnson’s favour tonight.
After emerging from the voting station, the Conservative said she was not ‘answering any questions’.
By 8pm tonight, a total of 169 Conservative MPs had publicly indicated their support for Mr Johnson. He needs 180 to stay.
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