And he’s not the only one. Last week Nigel Mills, the Tory MP for Amber Valley, said he no longer believes Mr Johnson is “tenable” in No 10.
Speaking to BBC Radio Derby after the announcement of Mr Johnson’s fixed penalty notice, Mr Mills said: “In all conscience, I don’t think a Prime Minister can survive or should survive breaking the rules he put in place and he was on the TV every few nights, reminding us all that we should observe.
“We have to have higher standards than that of people at the top. He has been fined, I don’t think his position is tenable, in my view.”
Penrith and the Border MP Neil Hudson echoed the sentiments and said he “categorically will not defend the indefensible” and that “the situation is untenable”.
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