Alastair Campbell: Tory MPs ‘need to find a spine’

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Conservative MPs who support Boris Johnson are “propping up a crook, a liar and a charlatan” says former Downing Street Director of Communications under Tony Blair, Alastair Campbell.

He said that Sajid Javid and Rishi Sunak had realised that their reputations were being tarnished the longer they served in a Johnson government, and that their only option was to step down.

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