A confidence vote could be triggered as early as tonight, Sky journalist Tom Larkin said on Twitter.
A confidence vote in British Prime Minister Boris Johnson could be triggered as early as tonight, Sky journalist Tom Larkin said on Twitter citing a member of the 1922 Committee which oversees such votes.
NEW: member of ’22 exec says rules likely to be changed this afternoon and a vote of confidence could be triggered TONIGHT. Would require enough MPs to re-submit letters of no confidence
— Tom Larkin (@TomLarkinSky) July 6, 2022
He said the rules of the committee, which currently give Johnson immunity from a confidence vote until next year, were likely be changed this afternoon.
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