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Should Boris resign?

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AB Editor | 11:05 Thu 13th Jan 2022 | Politics
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  • Yes - 97 votes
  • 48%
  • No - 75 votes
  • 37%
  • Who cares? - 19 votes
  • 9%
  • This doesn't apply to me - 6 votes
  • 3%
  • Who's Boris? - 4 votes
  • 2%

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This'll be good. :-)
There is no "undecided" option, which would be me.

I think he is unfit to be PM, but that's not the same thing.
I would prefer to wait until the enquiry is over
For the good of the country, yes. He's not fit to be leader, and that is irrespective of what parties he's been to.
For the record I voted no.
Can I go and peel the wallpaper off. If its good stuff it should come off in one pull.
For the sake of the Tory party, yes he should go.
What danny said ^^^
No, I don't believe he should.

We have all been guilty of rule-bending hypocrisy at some point in our lives but the sheer carp that man has had to deal with since his time in office is unprecedented. TM wanted us to bend over and be butt-f%£#ed by Europe - well thankfully that didn't happen because someone took over and helped sail us through those stormy waters.

I do think he needs to get a grip on the migrant business though and start sending these people back in their droves.
I voted No, but am undecided. The no vote is because I can't think of a suitable person to take over and Boris has done well on a lot of issues that are far far more important than lying about partygate. Basically I think all politics lie!!
I based my answer on how the general public perceive him.
If people are working together day in and day out it's ridiculous to jump up and down in rage because they sat in the garden together.
Naomi, it's not the fact that he sat in the garden, it's because he continually lies about it.
Excellent, blurring the edges.
11.32 .For the sake of Humanity he should... GO GOOOOOOOOOOO
No I don't think he should resign, he should make the party drop him if that's what they want to do.
Humanity Gulliver1? I think you are overstating the importance of British politics on humankind.
Boris should never have been put in "the position " to be able to Resign.
Agree Tora. It is up to the party.
I don't think he will resign, his style is to lie low & hope something will happen, perhaps a win in the ongoing EU tussle. In his favour, it wasn't he who initiated the garden-party, but it's a disadvantage that he attended.

Also when push comes to shove, does the Tory party want to self-immolate by having a leadership contest at the moment?
He has admitted to lying to Parliament and to the electorate.

He has partaken in an illegal event.

The electorate and a large chunk of his party have lost confidence in him.

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