Four Boris Johnson employees resign

Four employees leave the government of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Although a report on Partygate shakes its leadership, they resigned due to a false accusation in Parliament.

Cabinet Secretary Dan Rosenfeld, Private Secretary Martin Reholds, Director of Communications Jack Doyle and Policy Officer Munira Mirza resign. A blow to Johnson, who saw four employees leave in one day after loud criticism in Parliament on Monday.

The prime minister then told opposition leader Keir Starmer that he had failed to properly prosecute Jimmy Savile during his tenure as attorney general. Savile, a British television personality who died in 2011, has been accused of several serious sexual crimes. Johnson’s comments gave the impression that Starmer had something to do with the case. But this is not the case. “It reminds me of conspiracy theories,” Starmer said.

Three of the four employees who resigned due to the direct pass can be linked to the parties to Boris Johnson’s shutdown. Johnson had promised earlier this week to address the situation. “I understand and I’ll fix it,” he said after senior government official Sue Gray’s report.

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