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 the leader was 211 votes, and a vote against was 148 votes.


And therefore, I can announce that the Parliamentary Party does have confidence.

- Yeah!



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