Mutiny in Westminster: How Tory Realpolitik Forced Boris Johnson to Resign

Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif meeting with former UK foreign minister at the time (2017) and now UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, in Tehran.
UK’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson | Public Domain | Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license

The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, declared in the House of Commons last Wednesday, July 6, that he did not intend to resign despite the stampede in his government.

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