Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister, wins a confidence vote with 59 percent of the vote.


Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister, won a confidence vote on Monday, but only by a slim majority, fending off a challenge to his leadership from Conservative Party lawmakers.
According to Graham Brady, head of the party committee that monitored the ballot, Johnson received 211 votes to 148 votes.

However, Johnson’s 59 percent vote share was lower than his predecessor Theresa May’s 63 percent in a December 2018 confidence vote. She was replaced after seven months.

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