Widdecombe says nation ‘knew Boris was chaotic’
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Former MEP, Ann Widdecombe sat down with Eamonn Holmes on GB News to talk about Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Ms Widdecombe defended the Prime Minister by saying “the nation knew he was utterly chaotic” when they voted him into office in 2019 with a majority vote. Calls for Mr Johnson’s resignation have been coming in from Brits and MPs over alleged boozy lockdown parties at Downing Street during a national lockdown when gatherings were not permitted by the Prime Minister.
Mr Holmes said: “He has this reputation of being the king of chaos and he seems to thrive under chaos.
“I don’t know if he’s a man who you would say you could work under.
“I mean you strike me as someone who’s very efficient, very pragmatic about things.
“He doesn’t look to me to be the same type of person that you are.”
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Ms Widdecombe replied: “Well, he’s not and he is utterly chaotic and I don’t think there’s any argument about that.
“But, the nation knew he was utterly chaotic when they voted for him in 2019.
“And voted for him with an enormous majority, because of his promise to get Brexit done.
“Which he has at to a certain extent, I’m not pleased with all of it.
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Ms Widdecombe added: “But he’s delivered and so we knew he was chaotic at that time.
“I knew he was chaotic, he’s never been organised, he misses events.
“Well he used to, he’s got a diary secretary these days.
“But totally chaotic, I don’t think there’s any argument about that.
“So what I would say to Boris is this look, you’re not going to change you are chaotic, you are disorganised.”
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Some other Conservative MPs have been calling for Boris Johnson’s resignation as Prime Minister.
One of which is Sir Roger Gale MP for North Thanet who admitted to submitting a letter of no confidence in the Prime Minister.
Sir Roger Gale said: “I put in a letter to Sir Graham Brady after the Barnard Castle incident.
“Because that gave a message to me that this was not the kind of leadership that I believe the Conservative Party needed.”
Former Minister David Davis publically called for Johnson’s resignation during PMQs.
Mr Davis said: “I expect my leaders to shoulder the responsibility for the actions they take. Yesterday he did the opposite of that. So.
“I will remind him of a quotation which may be familiar to his ear: Leopold Amery to Neville Chamberlain.
“You have sat too long here for any good you have been doing. In the name of God, go!”
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