The no-confidence motion won despite partisan opposition.
Boris Johnson won the resolution by 148 votes to 211, retaining the post of Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been relieved by rising inflation and the 'Partygate' scandal. Boris Johnson has won the no-confidence motion. Boris Johnson won the resolution by 148 votes to 211, retaining the post of Prime Minister. A total of 359 votes were cast. Of these, 211 MPs expressed confidence in Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
On Monday, Boris Johnson faced the toughest test of his tenure as prime minister over his no-confidence motion. Despite restrictions during the lockdown, Boris Johnson had a Party with his staff at 10 Downing Street. He was subsequently criticized. In this case, 40 MPs from his Party had demanded his resignation.
Boris Johnson was under tremendous pressure because of the 'Partygate' scandal. This pressure was maintained even during the India tour. Amid criticism over the Partygate scandal, 54 Conservative MPs demanded his resignation. As a result, the 15 percent requirement of a confidence resolution was met. In addition, ballots were taken to determine the future of Prime Minister Johnson.
Boris Johnson needed the support of 180 lawmakers to win the no-confidence motion. Before the vote, Boris Johnson spoke to his Party's lawmakers about seeking help. This time, he assured that he would give victory to the Party once again.