An MP loyal to Boris Johnson was filmed shouting ‘wait and see’ at a crowd of protesters who turned out to observe his resignation.
Andrea Jenkyns, MP for Morley and Outwood, confronted the jeering and booing onlookers as she and different MPs left Downing Road the place they’d supported Mr Johnson as he addressed the nation.
She could possibly be heard shouting: ‘Those that snigger final, snigger the loudest – wait and see.’
In response, the gang of their a whole lot shouted again at her ‘Disgrace on you’.
Her taun was largely drowned out by a sea of boos and the Benny Hill theme tune, which had been ringing out from the speaker of infamous anti-Brexit protestor Steve Bray, 53, since early this morning.
Mr Bray has been out and about blaring the tune ‘Bye bye Boris’, his modified rendition of Bay Metropolis Rollers basic, ‘Bye Bye Child’ since Boris Johnson’s management was plunged into chaos on Tuesday.
The overwhelming majority of protesters in attendance at the moment have been there to marvel on the reality Boris Johnson’s premiership had come to an finish.
The huddle of MPs and aides in help of Boris Johnson was dwarfed by the a whole lot of protestors exterior No.10 booing and jeering.
One of many demonstrators ready exterior Downing Road was holding a placard studying: ‘Get your Johnson out of our democracy’.
Boris Johnson introduced his resignation at the moment as chief of the Conservative get together, saying ‘no-one is indispensable’ however plans to battle on as caretaker PM till the autumn.
Mr Johnson ultimately admitted defeat after shattering interventions from senior Tory MPs telling him to go together with the likes of Nadhim Zahawi, Priti Patel and Grant Shapps.
He’s now within the means of rebuilding a brief cupboard with Greg Clark turning into the brand new Levelling Up Secretary, James Cleverly the Schooling Secretary, Robert Buckland returning as Welsh Secretary, and Shailesh Vara taking on as Northern Eire Secretary.
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