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リシ・スナックは、ボリス・ジョンソンの失脚で「短剣を振るった」ことを否定します

リシ・スナックは、ボリス・ジョンソンの失脚で「短剣を振るった」ことを否定します
チームの他の子供たちの両親の何人かは最初は少し躊躇していました 60 other members of parliament that also thought enough was enough’

リシ・スナック 保守党議員に「私が短剣を振るったと言うのは単に間違っている」と語った. ボリス・ジョンソンの没落.

最新のハッスティング イベントでの保守党党首候補の発言は、先月首相を辞任するという彼の決定を擁護したときに出された — 保健長官のわずか数分後 サジド・ジャビド 辞任した.

その後の数時間で, 何十人もの閣僚もジョンソン政権を去った, 一方、保守党の国会議員は首相への不信感を表明した, しぶしぶ退職の決断を下した人.

During a question and answer session on Thursday, one Tory member was booed as he said: “I don’t know if it was Shakespeare on Heseltine, who said he who wields the dagger will never inherit the crown.”

Responding at the event in Darlington, Mr Sunak told the activist: “I was sad I had to resign actually. I was sad I resigned.

“Actually you are totally, and respectfully, you are simply wrong to say I wielded the dagger because it wasn’t just me that felt enough was enough.”

Cheered on by others in the audience, 彼が追加した: “The government was on the wrong side of yet another ethical decision. そうだった 60 other members of parliament that also thought enough was enough.”

Asked whether Mr Johnson’s downfall was his own fault or that of someone else, Mr Sunak also received some applause from members of the audience as he replied: “His own.”

His Tory leadership rival, リズ・トラス, was also later asked if Mr Johnson’s downfall was of his own making, or someone else’s.

After some members of the audience shouted out saying it was the “media”, the foreign secretary said to TalkTV host Tom Newton Dunn: “Sounds like you’re being blamed Tom and, ええと, who am I to disagree with this excellent audience?」

Pressed to clarify her view, she outlined that she was a “loyal cabinet minister”, but did not directly answer the question, saying “what is done is done and we are where we are”.

Throughout the contest, those staunchly loyal to the outgoing prime minister have sought to highlight the issue and Mr Sunak’s loyalty, including culture secretary Nadine Dorries.

ちょうど先月 she received a backlash from colleagues for sharing a “distasteful” and “dangerous” doctored image on social media that showed Mr Sunak about to stab Mr Johnson in the back.

She had retweeted a modified image from a film, which had been altered to show the outgoing prime minister’s face imposed on the character of Julius Caesar and Mr Sunak’s on that of Brutus.