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Boris Johnson facing ‘incredibly difficult position’ says McCall

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The Cumbria Police and Crime Commissioner insisted the Prime Minister’s actions were ‘incredibly difficult to defend, and I wouldn’t pretend to do that.’ Due to Party Gate and other boozy Downing Street scandals which have come to light, Boris Johnson has been facing immense backlash from the British public and MPs alike. He has been facing calls to resign and Peter McCall admitted he too would be “seriously considering his position” if the same allegations were levelled against him.

said the Prime Ministers actions were ‘incredibly difficult to defend, and I wouldn’t pretend to do that.’

BBC Today host Martha Kearney asked: “What do you think about the moral leadership?”

Mr McCall said: “Well, frankly I think it’s extraordinary to think that we had a Government Minister at the time telling us that we shouldn’t be doing these things.

“And then we find that only moments later It’s happening in Downing Street.

“That is a position that’s incredibly difficult to defend, and I wouldn’t pretend to do that.”

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Mr McCall added: “But I do think we do need to establish the facts and I think Sue Grey is probably the right person to do that.

“Impartially and calmly, and if the facts emerge as they appear to be at the moment it’s an incredibly difficult position for the Prime Minister.

Ms Kearney said: “Incredibly difficult you say, do you think he, if the facts are as you suggest they are, do you think he should be considering his position?

Mr McCall said: “Oh well, all I can say is if I were in that position for me it appears to be a matter of integrity.

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“As C.S Lewis said Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching.”

Mr McCall added: “If it were me, I would be seriously considering my position.”

Chancellor Rishi Sunak took to Twitter to touch on Boris Johnson’s apology which was read out by the Prime Minister at PMQs and has since been criticised and mocked by many other MPs.

Mr Sunak said: “I’ve been on a visit all-day today, continuing to work on our #PlanForJobs as well as meeting MPs to discuss the energy situation.

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“The PM was right to apologise and I support his request for patience while Sue Grey carries out her inquiry.”

Shadow Secretary of State and Labour MP Lisa Nandy has been very vocal about how she feels about Boris Johnson’s alleged actions during the lockdown.

During an interview, Ms Nandy told Times Radio: “The level of public anger, I think, is immense. In the end, if the Tory MPs don’t do the right thing and find the courage and the backbone to get rid of the Prime Minister, the ball will be in the public’s court.

“Based on what I’m seeing pouring into my inbox this morning, I think the Prime Minister should not be confident that he’ll survive this, despite his clear and obvious desperate attempts to hold on to power at the moment.”

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