Boris Johnson has submitted two letters to Conservative MPs who have called for him to quit, the first letter being “F” and the second letter being “U”.
The two letters have been sent to the growing number of Conservative MPs who’ve sent letters of no-confidence in the prime minister.
“I loved all the jingoism, xenophobia and making the lives of poor people worse but I draw the line at not being invited to a party!” one of the letter writers told us.
If the 1922 Committee receives 54 letters of no-confidence in Boris Johnson, it would trigger a vote on his leadership of the Conservative Party.
But like any cornered animal, Boris Johnson is fighting back. He’s called the leader of the opposition a “nonce defender” and said “FU” to all the MPs who are calling for him to quit.
“If I had a ball, I’d bloody well take it home right now,” Johnson told us.