British Conservatives lost the parliamentary by-election in a polling station they had always controlled, another problem for Boris Johnson
British Conservatives Lost Parliamentary by-elections in the historic country seat in North Shropshire, near Birmingham, which the party is known to have always controlled.
The election came due to the resignation of the Conservative Party MP After a corruption scandalIt has also been followed up at the national level due to consensus crisis The Conservative Party and the government of Boris Johnson. The election was won by Liberal Democratic Party candidate Helen Morgan, who received 47.14% of the vote. Compared to the 2019 election, the Conservative Party almost halved the vote, from 62.7% to 31.59%.
After the victory, Morgan He said that “the electors of North Shropshire have spoken on behalf of all Britons, and have made clear to Boris Johnson that the party is over”.
The past few weeks have been very difficult for Johnson. In recent days it has been damaged by scandal over birthday party which were held in the government building last year, in violation of lockdown rules in force at the time, but the biggest problem came on Tuesday night, when 99 Tory MPs They refused to accept the new restrictions Against the coronavirus pandemic by rebelling against the government. Many political analysts have begun to question whether the leadership of the Conservative Party, and thus his tenure as Prime Minister, is in danger.
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