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Canada: United Kingdom: Boris Johnson accused of "blackmail" to avoid a vote of distrust due to the "PartyGate"

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Le Premier ministre britannique Boris Johnson lors d'une séance de questions au Parlement, le 19 janvier 2022. © Jessica Taylor, British Parliament, AP British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at a questioning session in Parliament, On January 19, 2022.

While British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a serious political crisis, he is now accused of doing "blackmail" with 12 Conservative deputies ready to trigger a vote of distrust against him. Targeted by the "PartyGate", due to the Festival Organization at the Headquarters of the Government in full confinement against CVIV-19, the Prime Minister "denied" any pressure from members.

with our correspondent in London, Marie Boeda

Chris Bryant discussed with a dozen members. They say that elected officials of their own rank threatened them to withdraw funds planned for their constituency.

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For this elected Labor in charge of corruption in Westminster, all this is illegal: "They were told they would get something if they voted in common sense. And I even heard members say that the Prime Minister himself had acted in this way. What I said to all these people is that it is a professional misconduct. It is up to the police to deal with such allegations.

Scotland Yard detectives should meet one of the grooves next week.

Boris Johnson defends himself and declares to have seen or heard "no evidence likely to support such charges".

But decidedly its leadership is set to Rough . An investigation is underway: it must clarify areas of shadows on organized holidays in full containment at Downing Street , under which conditions and with whom. His conclusions should fall in the coming days.

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Nadja Abd El Farrag: She became victim of blackmail! "No good start to the year" .
Big Instagram Trouble for Nadja Abd El Farrag (56) - It was victims of blackmail. As the "picture" newspaper reports, it was recently written by criminals and asked to pay. After she had refused to pay the required 300 euros, her photos were deleted. "It was a picture book of my life, from childhood over the school time. My life at the North Sea, the apartment search in Hamburg," said the 56-year-old of the "picture" newspaper.

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