Boris refuses to rule out snap election and claims ‘idea hasn’t occurred to me’
The Metro says THE IDEA that the country could face yet another election ‘hadn’t occurred’ to the Prime Minister.
After 41% of Boris Johnson’s own MPs urged him to go in a confidence vote, questions had surrounded whether UK residents would be asked for their own opinion.
Mr Johnson has insisted to reporters that the idea of an early election ‘hasn’t occurred to me’ but refused to rule out calling a snap poll.
He said he would not ‘start talking about politics’ at a time when he was dealing with cost-of-living pressures and the war in Ukraine.
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