Leaked ‘Partygate’ photo: ‘The moment has passed for Tory MPs to get rid of the PM’ | Nigel Nelson

GBNews published this video item, entitled “Leaked ‘Partygate’ photo: ‘The moment has passed for Tory MPs to get rid of the PM’ | Nigel Nelson” – below is their description.

‘The moment has passed for Tory MPs to get rid of the PM, unless there is something devastating in Sue Gray’s report that we don’t know about.’

‘It’s not exactly debauchery is it.’

Michael Portillo and Nigel Nelson react to the latest leaked ‘partygate’ photo of Boris Johnson.

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