Boris Johnson faces a no-confidence vote 11

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A vote of no-confidence on Monday evening will determine the future of U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Johnson's supporters believe that he'll stay in power...

but the rebels in his own Party open a new front in his quest to maintain power.

Johnson just suffered an ignominious distinction...

It was the first time a prime minister has been found legally in contempt of law during COVID-19 restrictions.

He was also booed loudly when he arrived at St Paul's Cathedral for a service celebrating Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee.

In Britain's parliamentary system, at least 15% of the leader's party must demand a vote of no-confidence, 

In Johnson's case, that threshold is 54 letters, and it was recently reached.  

Although Johnson may survive the no-confidence vote, it appears his missteps are prompting a clinical review by his allies.

There are some within Johnson's Conservative Party who believe he will be unfit to lead them in the 2024 elections.


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