The UK PM is deciding which head should be ‘rolled’ to avoid a lockdown party scandal in the so-called ‘Operation Save Big Dog’ scheme.
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson is working on a plan to help him survive as head of government following an investigation by his office into allegations that he violated the COVID-19 rule, The Independent reported.
The prime minister, who is said to be personally involved in the planning process, dubbed it “Operation Save the Big Dog” The magazine reported on Friday. There are allegations of major involvement in the scheme “Roots and branches” The reshuffle, which has already been flagged by other British media outlets but also known as ‘Partygate’, includes a list of other officials who will have to resign.
The list allegedly includes Johnson’s chief of staff, Dan Rosenfield, and his personal secretary, Martin Reynolds, among others. Downing Street also believes that at least one senior political appointee and one senior official should go for Johnson to stay in power, according to two Whitehall sources quoted by The Independent.
Such employees will make decisions “Minimum to translate contraction into action” A former Tory cabinet minister told the paper. However, giving a head role is not the only way for Johnson to reduce the results of an internal investigation launched by senior civil servant Su Gray into the scandal.
The ministers who support Johnson’s ‘Save Big Dog’ plan will also see his achievements in public interviews. “Hard Choice” Covid-19 made during the pandemic. The plan also includes finding out how much support Johnson’s potential rivals can command between backbenchers within the Tories.
The list of leadership rivals also includes Chancellor Rishi Sunak, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, and former Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, The Independent reports, however, that Hunt is unlikely to drum up enough support to win the race.
Although the paper reports that cabinet officials referred to the plan by its code name “Operation Save the Big Dog,” Downing Street did not comment on the plan’s existence. “We don’t know the phrase at all.” A spokesman said independently.
The news comes amid scandals sparked by media reports that Johnson’s office hosted several parties in April 2021. Organized in violation of the nation’s Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, parties also took place the night before the Queen’s husband, Prince’s funeral. Philip.
Downing Street has apologized to Buckingham Palace, but it is not clear if the gathering admitted to violating the Covid-19 rules. An internal investigation of several accused parties has been started. Police said they would wait for the results of an internal investigation before deciding whether to open a criminal case.
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