(ANSA) – LONDON, 06 JUL – Another two resignations in the government of Boris Johnson, in the wake of the repercussions for the British Tory Prime Minister’s management of the Pincher scandal, the latest in a long series. Today, Will Quince, deputy minister responsible so far for the Family and Childhood dossier, and Laura Trott, hitherto ministerial aide (something less than undersecretary) for Transport, announced their departure from the team. Positions that Johnson immediately filled with an immediate mini reshuffle, decided for now – as reiterated today by the new chancellor Nadim Zahawi – to try to move forward.
Johnson is expected later in the House by the Commons. (HANDLE).
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