Politically speaking, things are looking pretty awful for Boris Johnson right now. Why did Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid resign, respectively?Why did this occur this time?

July 6, 2022By fanu benks

Chris Pincher, the deputy chief whip for the Conservative Party, resigned from his position and was placed on administrative leave last week after being accused of groping two men while intoxicated.

In an effort to make amends, he said he "drank way too much" and "embarrassed myself and other people, which is the last thing I want to do. I apologize to you and to all concerned."
However, that led to a flurry of news stories about earlier accusations made against Mr. Pincher.

This raised concerns about Mr. Johnson's decision to promote him to the senior position, which is responsible for upholding party discipline.

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The earlier claims are refuted by Mr. Pincher.

When Mr. Johnson elevated Mr. Pincher in February, Mr. Johnson's staff initially claimed that he was unaware of the earlier allegations.

According to a spokeswoman, Mr. Johnson was aware of accusations that "were either settled or did not move to a formal complaint."

This led a senior government employee to claim that Mr. Johnson was aware of Mr. Pincher's actions in the summer of 2019.
Then Mr. Johnson said: "I regret it and believe it was a mistake. In retrospect, it was the incorrect action to do."

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Who of Boris Johnson's cabinet members has left?

Rishi Sunak, the head of the Treasury, and Sajid Javid, the secretary of health, both resigned shortly after Mr. Johnson's apology.
Government standards, according to Mr. Sunak, "are worth fighting for," but Mr. Javid claimed he could "no longer remain in good conscience."

Both individuals had supported Mr. Johnson during earlier controversies, which included gatherings at his Downing Street office during COVID lockdowns.

Later that day, on Tuesday evening, four junior ministers and a trade ambassador also announced their resignations from their positions.

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