Piers Morgan tells Boris Johnson 'for the love of God resign' as he brands PM's bid to stay in No10 'humiliating' | The Sun

PIERS Morgan has branded Boris Johnson's bid to stay in No10 humiliating as he joined calls for the Prime Minister to resign.

Boris has suffered more than three dozen front bench resignations in 24 hours, including the departure of his Chancellor and Health Secretary.

And while many might have resigned from their post as PM, Boris has made it clear he is fighting on despite the revolt.

Piers tweeted: "For the love of God, Boris Johnson – resign!

"This is humiliating for you, toe-curling for the rest of us, and so damaging to the country.

"It’s over, done, kaput… pack your bags and get out of Downing Street."

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It comes after the TalkTV host rubbed salt into Johnson's wounds yesterday with a giant advert at Parliament.

A truck cruised through the streets of Westminster advertising Piers Morgan's Uncensored and blared the words: "Is the party over for party boy Boris?"

And last night Piers sensationally appeared holding a live piglet on his show as he blasted the PM.

Addressing the PM on his Uncensored show, Piers asked what it would take for embattled Mr Johnson to "do the honourable thing and quit" as he reeled off a catalogue of errors.

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Piers has been highly critical of the Prime Minister, previously branding the Partygate scandal "corrupt".

Back in May, Piers had already been urging Johnson to resign after a photo was released of the PM raising a glass at No 10 during lockdown.

Johnson also sacked Michael Gove late last night in a move which was seemingly intended to show strength.

And the PM last night ignored calls for him to go, warning Tory rebels they will have to "dip their hands in blood" if they want to force him out.

However, despite this defiance it looks like the Prime Minister will have to give in at one point with the floodgates continuing to open.

By mishandling a string of Westminster scandals, most recently the Chris Pincher debacle, Boris has lost the trust of a sizeable chunk of his party.

And without being able to operate a functioning government, it means it is near impossible for him to deliver reviving the economy.

He is expected to carry out a reshuffle today as other Cabinet Ministers are expected to desert his battered administration.



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He also needs to replace the 46 Tory MPs who today resigned in protest at his leadership, which has spiralled since the Chris Pincher scandal erupted last week.

The PM has been reeling from the groping scandal first revealed by The Sun last Thursday.

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