Tory MP accuses BBC of ‘coup attempt’ on Boris Johnson for reporting on No 10 parties

Tory MP accuses BBC of ‘coup attempt’ on Boris Johnson for reporting on No 10 parties

Layla Moran, a top Liberal Democrats MP, said: "People died alone whilst No 10 partied it up, this is a fact. Yet, Tory MPs seem more upset with the truth coming out than they do with this endless tide of rule-breaking parties. "If Michael Fabricant doesn't like these stories dominating the media, then he should submit his letter of no confidence and tell Boris Johnson to resign." And Lord Barwell, who served as Theresa May's Downing Street chief of staff, said of Mr Fabricant's comments: "If it wasn't so dangerous it would be laughable." Rejecting warnings from other MPs that their email inboxes were full of criticism of Mr Johnson, Mr Fabricant said he had only "had 31 identical emails from different people calling for Boris to resign" and "about …
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