Rishi Sunak ally hits out over Downing Street parties

‘Culture fell short of what the country has a right to expect’: Rishi Sunak ally hits out over Downing Street parties as Savid Javid also sides with the Chancellor

A ministerial ally of 리시 수낙 rebuked 보리스 존슨 last night as 사지 드 자 비드 also sided with the Chancellor.

존 글렌, the Economic Secretary to the Treasury, said the culture in Downing Street ‘fell short of what the country had a right to expect’.

He said the behaviour of staff in Downing Street over 폐쇄 parties was indefensible and that he had told Mr Johnson ‘how frustrated and let down we all feel’.

존 글렌, the Economic Secretary to the Treasury, said the culture in Downing Street ¿fell short of what the country had a right to expect¿

존 글렌, the Economic Secretary to the Treasury, said the culture in Downing Street ‘fell short of what the country had a right to expect’

He also dismissed suggestions that public anger had begun to ease. ‘I certainly do not subscribe to the views of some colleagues who have been in the media saying that their correspondence is drying up and their constituents are moving on,’ he wrote in his local newspaper, The Salisbury Journal.

It came hours after Mr Javid sought to distance himself from Mr Johnson over the Prime Minister’s explosive claim that Sir Keir Starmer failed to prosecute paedophile DJ Jimmy Savile.

The Health Secretary went out of his way to praise the Labour leader, saying he had done a ‘good job’ when he was director of public prosecutions.

His comments came after the Chancellor took the extraordinary step of rebuking Mr Johnson for claiming Sir Keir was responsible for not prosecuting Savile.

It came hours after Mr Javid sought to distance himself from Mr Johnson over the Prime Minister¿s explosive claim that Sir Keir Starmer failed to prosecute paedophile DJ Jimmy Savile

It came hours after Mr Javid sought to distance himself from Mr Johnson over the Prime Minister’s explosive claim that Sir Keir Starmer failed to prosecute paedophile DJ Jimmy Savile

At a Downing Street press conference on Thursday, 3월에 제안한 비율: ‘Being honest, I wouldn’t have said it.’

Mr Johnson’s policy chief Munira Mirza quit on Thursday over the PM’s refusal to apologise. There is no evidence that Sir Keir was involved in the Savile decision. Asked about the issue yesterday, 자비드 씨가 말했다: ‘Keir Starmer, when he was running the DPP, did a good job and he should be respected for it. It is a tough job and he deserved absolute respect for that.

‘But the Prime Minister has also clarified those remarks, and that is important.’ Asked if the PM still had his support, 자비드 씨가 말했다: ‘Of course he does. 전적으로.'

The disagreement between Mr Johnson and Mr Sunak has fuelled speculation that the Chancellor wants to replace the PM.