報紙頭條。約翰遜處於邊緣地位

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報紙頭條。約翰遜處於邊緣地位

財政大臣里希-蘇納克和衛生大臣薩吉德-賈維德的辭職成為英國周三報紙的主要內容。泰晤士報》的頭條是 "約翰遜處於邊緣",在此之前,這兩位部長退出,該報稱這是對首相的一次 "協調行動,給他帶來了可能是致命的打擊"。該報報道說,鮑里斯-約翰遜的反對者打算改變黨的領導規則,以推動在5月之前進行第二次信任投票。根據該報強調的YouGov民意調查,每10個英國人中就有7個說約翰遜先生應該辭職。

每日郵報》將約翰遜先生比作 "塗了油的小豬",因為他有能力擺脫看似不可能的情況,問他是否能夠 "擺脫困境"?該報將周二描述為自撒切爾夫人被推翻以來 "威斯敏斯特最戲劇化的夜晚"。郵報》稱辭職是 "政變企圖",並報道說首相昨晚被關在唐寧街,在 "為他的政治生命而戰 "中策劃他的生存。

每日電訊報》將約翰遜先生描述為在高調的內閣部長和幾位初級部長辭職後 "命懸一線"。該報報道說,總理昨晚與80名保守黨議員舉行了一次事先安排好的會議,他在會上表示減稅現在將更容易實現,"這是對蘇納克先生的嘲諷"。此前,這位前首相在其辭職信中暗示,約翰遜先生的提高支出和減稅計劃是不現實的。

在鮑里斯-約翰遜政府辭職之前,他承認在提拔議員克里斯-平徹為副首席教鞭之前,他知道對他的性行為不當指控。保守黨議員還告訴《金融時報》,首相告訴他們,現在蘇納克先生走了,他更有可能提議提前減稅。該報指出,市場將關注首相的變化對經濟政策意味着什麼,包括可能出現更寬鬆的財政制度,從而迫使英格蘭銀行提高利率。

每日快報》認為,鮑里斯-約翰遜 "解除了一場失敗的政變",現在有一個 "解放的時刻 "來進行全面的減稅。該報補充說,在辭職後,他表現出了 "果斷和堅定的態度",並宣布政府現在可以自由地追求 "真正的保守黨議程",為大選的勝利鋪平道路。

"去!走!走!走?走了?"地鐵報的頭條新聞是,它提出了首相現在是否會辭職的問題。它報道說,賈維德先生在他的 "重磅炸彈 "辭職信中寫道,首相已經失去了國家的信任,而且 "很明顯,這種情況在你的領導下不會改變"。

i報》說,"終結遊戲",因為它將約翰遜先生的總理職位描述為 "瀕臨崩潰"。該報說,在他的總理和衛生部長震驚地辭職後,首相已經被 "嚇壞了"。該報稱,Nadhim Zahawi被任命為總理,Steve Barclay成為新的衛生部長。

鏡報》刊登了一張約翰遜先生周二在宣布辭職前的內閣會議上的照片。鏡報》將這些離職描述為 "鮑里斯的終局"。它說,在支持首相的 "有毒政府 "多年之後,蘇納克先生和賈維德先生 "揮刀 "了。它補充說,"註定要失敗的 "總理 "現在正 "拼命地抓緊權力"。


The resignation of Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid dominates Britain's papers on Wednesday. "Johnson on the brink" headlines the Times after the ministers walked out in what the paper describes as a "coordinated move that dealt a potentially fatal blow" to the prime minister. The paper reports Boris Johnson's opponents are intending to change the party's leadership rules to push for a second confidence vote before May. Seven in 10 Britons say Mr Johnson should resign, according to a YouGov poll highlighted by the paper.

Comparing Mr Johnson to a "greased piglet", over his ability to escape seemingly impossible situations, the Daily Mail asks if he will be able to "wriggle out of this?" The paper described Tuesday as the "most dramatic night in Westminster" since the toppling of Margaret Thatcher. Calling the resignations a "coup attempt", the Mail reports the prime minister was last night locked in Downing Street plotting his survival in a "fight for his political life".

The Daily Telegraph describes Mr Johnson as "hanging by a thread" following the walkout by the high profile Cabinet ministers and several junior ministers. The paper reports on the prime minister meeting with 80 Tory MPs last night in a pre-arranged meeting in which he indicated tax cuts would now be easier to deliver "in a swipe at Mr Sunak". It comes after the ex-chancellor in his resignation letter hinted thT Mr Johnson's plan to both raise spending and cut tax were unrealistic.

The resignations from Boris Johnson's government come after he admitted he knew of sexual misconduct allegations against MP Chris Pincher before promoting him to deputy chief whip. Tory MPs have also told the Financial Times the prime minister told them he was more likely to propose early tax cuts now that Mr Sunak had gone. The paper notes markets will be watching what the change in chancellor will mean for economic policy, including the possibility of a looser fiscal regime that could force the Bank of England to raise interest rates.

Boris Johnson "dismissed a failed coup" and now has a "moment of liberation" to make sweeping tax cuts, is the Daily Express's take. The paper adds following the resignations he displayed a "resolute and determined manner" and declared the government was now free to pursue "a true-blue Tory agenda" paving the way to a general election victory.

"Going! Going! Gone?" headlines the Metro as it poses the question whether the prime minister will now resign. It reports Mr Javid wrote in his "bombshell" resignation letter the prime minster had lost the country's confidence, and "it is clear this situation will not change under your leadership".

"End game" says the i newspaper as it describes Mr Johnson's premiership as "on the brink". The prime minister has been left "reeling" after the shock resignation of his chancellor and health secretary, the paper says. It reports Nadhim Zahawi has been made chancellor and Steve Barclay the new health secretary.

The Mirror splashes with a picture of Mr Johnson at a cabinet meeting on Tuesday before the resignations were announced. It describes the departures as the "end game for Boris". It says Mr Sunak and Mr Javid "wielded the knife" after years of backing the prime minister's "toxic government". It adds the "doomed" premier" is now "desperately clinging to power".

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