United Kingdom, Johnson betrayed by his followers: 100 don’t vote for anti-Covid Plan B

Plan B of anti-Covid measures in the United Kingdom has been officially approved by the House of Commons and Boris Johnson has had to quell the worst rebellion of his Conservative Party MPs apart from a wave of infections. According to preliminary estimates, about a hundred voted against the provision of a mandatory green pass at indoor events, one of the pillars of the new British plan designed to prevent a fourth wave. The Labor opposition’s support was needed to approve the anti-Covid Plan B. as reported by BBC, the votes were overall in favor of the measure to introduce the Green Pass in the United Kingdom. 369 and those who are against it 126, of which 98 On behalf of Orthodox deputies.

As the Prime Minister falters, today’s rebellion, December 14, in terms of numbers, surpassed the votes of December 2020Introducing ‘Anti-Covid Alert System’, When in Full PandemicTier‘, I 4 levels of danger with related restrictions lockdown, In addition to the obligation to green passes, Conservative lawmakers criticized measures included in the Plan B package, expanding the use of masks indoors and compulsory vaccines for health workers. However, dissatisfaction was also expressed regarding the series of scandals. Which has affected the premiere in recent weeks. The Christmas parties were all but one in Downing Street in alleged violation of measures put in place a year earlier by the authorities. In all this we must also take into account the Owen Paterson case, the former minister who resigned as Tory deputy after the government tried to protect him from a suspension imposed by the Westminster disciplinary body for consulting gold.

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