Tory MPs push for vote on party rule change that would allow second confidence vote in Boris Johnson


Senior rebel Tory MPs step up push for vote on party rule change that would allow a second confidence vote in Prime Minister Boris Johnson after double by-election loss

  • Members of 1922 executive committee want ballot on a second confidence vote
  • Calls come after Tories suffered by-election losses in Wakefield and Tiverton
  • Similar vote was held under May but she resigned before the threshold was met 



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