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Boris Johnson’s comeback risks a 1997-style defeat for Conservatives, David Davis warns

The return of Boris Johnson risks a crushing 1997-style election defeat. for The Conservative Party, if its supporters insist on its return to number 10.

This is Stark warning issued former Brexit secretary minister David Davis is approaching the anniversary of his dramatic demand for Mr Johnson resigns prime minister on top of last year Partygate scandal.

Letter for IndependentMr Davies warns that while “constant drumming” causes for Johnson’s return will fail, it “corrodes” the party’s electoral chances for Russia.

“When the Conservative MPs asked me last year if next elections will be repeated of In 1997, I said no, he said. says. “That was until Boris’s assistants started calling for his return. Now I add ‘It won”There won’t be 1997 if you don’t do it this way.”

“When party in government actively undermines the prime minister and vilifies his own leadership, why should ordinary electors vote for them?”

Opinion polls show that Labor now has 20 points. lead over conservatives while one interview last monthly forecast party could lose almost 300 seats – and hold on just 69 – on next elections.

last when were the elections win of this scale was in 1997 when Tony Blair’s majority vote of 179 sent conservatives to the opposition benches for in next 13 years old.

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David Davis addresses Boris Johnson during PMQ with his ‘in title of God, go’ speech

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David Davis addresses Boris Johnson during PMQ with his ‘in title of God, go’ speech

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Mr Davis says what if Mr. Johnson’s “stupid pipe” dream” of return continues history will repeat and party will be in desert for years.

“Old associates of Boris predict Armageddon in the elections in a way it makes you think what they desire for it should be true,” he says.

“The constant drumbeat calling for Johnson’s return will fail in process that undermines the party’s chances of next elections.

“Everything is within reach of calmly competent Sunak government to win re-election. But if Boris’ stupid pipe dream of the resurrection continues, the same will happen again – and we will out of power for decade once more”.

AND year back this week Mr Davies stunned Westminster as he stood up in house of Commons and said to Mr. Johnson, “In the name of of God go” over partygate and its absence of authenticity.

His call echoed the words spoken to Neville Chamberlain shortly before he left office, who will be replaced by Mr Johnson’s hero Winston Churchill.

Mr Davis said what he expected to do enemies from his intervention, but found opposite, with warm response from public on his position.

In his exclusive work for The Independent writes today that the position party is in now “largely lies on the responsibility of camp of Boris and his political heirs and successors”, adding how in former prime minister presided over over 10 percent decline in PartyRatings to Liz Truss caused equal damage during her short tenure.

Over the weekend, The Independent reported on a sharp split among Johnson’s supporters. who want restore it as party leader with one fraction for power take away from deputies who deposed mr johnson last summer, bye second the camp rejected the idea.

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Boris Johnson’s supporters believe that former prime minister will be “Conservative Harold Wilson” – he will serve two different terms”

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Boris Johnson’s supporters believe that former prime minister will be “Conservative Harold Wilson” – he will serve two different terms”

(UK Parliament)

His supporters predict that Johnson will become “Conservative Harold Wilson” – he will serve two different termsSources close to Mr Johnson insist he fully supports government.

But news this week he writing a memoir that would include his time in Downing Street will do little to dampen the speculation surrounding it future.

Friends of Mr Johnson suggested he might have to make a deal with However, Rishi Sunak agrees not to challenge his leadership in come back for safer place in next general elections.

He is haunted by claims related to Paritgate. of next monthly request and faced claims last a week he joked about during his departure, held at number 10, while the Covid lockdown restrictions were still in place. in place that he visited “the most unsocially distanced party in UK right now.

He also faced claims he received the £800,000 line of credit so far prime ministersupported by a millionaire relative who wanted to run kuango and senior military politicians criticized him over planned trip to Ukraine, with one blaming him of “looking for publicity” in war zone.

representative for Mr Johnson said: “Boris Johnson is completely supporting in government. Any suggestion to the contrary is false.”

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