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Boris Johnson press conference: When the PM will speak about Sue Gray report findings


Boris Johnson will be speaking to the public on Wednesday afternoon, in a rare Downing Street press conference. Civil servant Sue Gray will publish her long-awaited report into Downing Street parties during lockdown later today.

When is the Prime Minister’s press conference?

Mr Johnson is expected to hold a press conference this afternoon, on Wednesday May 25.

No 10 is yet to determine the exact time for the crunch statement.

With Sue Gray’s report only delivered to Downing Street late this morning, the Prime Minister’s top team is now scrambling to formulate the specifics for its planned response to her findings.

The press conference will likely follow Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs), which starts at midday.

The Prime Minister has also confirmed he’ll be addressing the House of Commons shortly after PMQs.

The address will come live from Downing Street, in response to Sue Gray’s findings.

Meanwhile, the PM has seen his approval rating gradually lower throughout her tenure in No 10.

Mr Johnson is expected to hold a press conference this afternoon, on Wednesday May 25.

No 10 is yet to determine the exact time for the crunch statement.

With Sue Gray’s report only delivered to Downing Street late this morning, the Prime Minister’s top team are now scrambling to formulate the specifics for its planned response to her findings.

It will likely follow Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs), which starts at midday.

The Prime Minister has also confirmed he’ll be addressing the House of Commons shortly after PMQs.

The address will come live from Downing Street, in response to Sue Gray’s findings.

More to follow…

Just 26 percent of the public think Mr Johnson is doing well as Prime Minister, according to the latest YouGov poll.

At the same time, 68 percent thought he was doing a badly as PM; just shy of the record high of 73 percent in January this year.

The Government as a whole is also facing an approval rating crisis, however.

The latest poll revealed 62 percent of people disapproved of the Government, which is the highest its been since September 2019.

Just over one in five approved of the Government, while 17 percent were unsure.

Almost half of the public thought Mr Johnson was doing well as Prime Minister when he won the 2019 election.

At the same time, just 41 percent thought he was doing a bad job.

More to follow…



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