UK's Boris Johnson vows to stay in job after top ministers quit
Johnson’s hold on power has been shaken by the resignations Tuesday of Treasury chief Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid. They quit saying they could no longer support Johnson because of his handling of ethics scandals including the case of a senior official accused of sexual misconduct.
Boris Johnson clings on as clamour for resignation grows
Cabinet ministers gathered in Boris Johnson's official residence on Wednesday to tell him to quit as British leader, after he insisted he would not stand down in the face of a mounting rebellion within his party.
PMQs: Boris Johnson vows to 'keep going' as prime minister – video
Conservative MP Tim Loughton challenges the prime minister by asking in which circumstances would he consider resigning. Johnson vowed to stay as prime minister in his response
Boris Johnson resists calls to step down despite flurry of resignations
British television network ITV reported on Wednesday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson was absolutely defiant and was not going to resign, telling cabinet colleagues that they faced the choice between a summer focused on the economy or a leadership contest.