U.K.’s Johnson survives no-confidence vote

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson survived a no-confidence vote in Parliament on Monday. M.P. Graham Brady read the results of the vote by Conservative Party members, which Johnson won, 211-148.

Video transcript

GRAHAM BRADY: I can report as returning officer, that 359 ballots were cast, no spoiled ballots, that the vote in favor of having confidence in Boris Johnson as leader was 211 votes and a vote against was 148 votes. And therefore, I can announce that the parliamentary party does have confidence.


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