A leading UK betting company 'Betfair' has claimed that the troubled Boris Johnson will soon resign from the post of Prime Minister and Indian-origin Finance Minister Rishi Sunak can replace him. 'Betfair' has said that 57-year-old Johnson has been criticized not only by opposition parties, but also by his own party in the wake of revelations about a drink party held in the Prime Minister's Office Downing Street during the Kovid-19 lockdown in May 2020. There is also increasing pressure from the side to resign. This is followed by Liz Truss (Foreign Minister) and then Michael Gove (Cabinet Minister).
Betfair's Sam Rossbottom told Wells Online that Rishi Sunak is most likely to become prime minister if Johnson leaves. Rossbottom said former Secretary of State Jeremy Hunt, Indian-origin Home Minister Priti Patel, Health Minister Sajid Javid and Cabinet Minister Oliver Dowden are also in the race.
Significantly, mail was sent to many people for the party allegedly on behalf of Johnson's Principal Private Secretary Martin Reynolds. However, at that time there was a ban on holding public functions to prevent the spread of Kovid-19 in the country. Johnson regretted the matter and admitted that he had attended the feast. Johnson said he thought the event was within the scope of his work-related events.
Party secrets revealed through email
According to reports, Johnson broke the rules of the country's COVID-19 lockdown by attending a garden party with his wife, Carrie. It has come to light that invitations have been sent to about 100 people for the party by email. The mail was reportedly sent to several people on behalf of Martin Reynolds, Johnson's principal private secretary. However, at that time, to prevent the spread of Kovid-19 in the country, there was a rule for people to organize only in their homes or to meet a person from another house.
During the coronavirus briefing at 10 Downing Street on the day the party took place, the UK government announced that you can meet someone outside your home in a public place, provided there is a two meter distance between you. be the distance The matter is being called 'Partygate' and it has emerged as the biggest crisis in Johnson's nearly two-and-a-half years in power.