Boris Johnson fought last night to end a plot by Red Wall MPs.

After the details about their plot to unseat Prime Minister David Cameron emerged, Ministers were furious at the newly elected Tories.

Around 20 Westminster MPs were said to have met secretly to coordinate the submission of the letters of ‘no confidence,’ which would spark a Conservative leadership race.

According to senior party sources, Dehenna Davison (Bishop Auckland) and Alicia Kearns (Tory) were the ringleaders. Miss Kearns (MP for Melton Mowbray) was involved in the plot to overthrow the government.

Boris Johnson, pictured, last night faced off a so-called 'Pork Pie Plot' to unseat the Prime Minister by newly-elected and Red Wall Tory MPs

Boris Johnson (pictured) was confronted last night by a “Pork Pie Plot” to overthrow the Prime Minister. It involved newly elected and Red Wall Tory MPs

Christian Wakeford from Bury South was another alleged conspirator. He became the seventh Tory politician to publicly announce that he had sent a letter in no confidence to Sir Graham Brady, party shop steward. It is believed that the conspirators discussed today’s submission of their letters.

Ministers were outraged because the rebellion came as Mr Johnson was poised to end Covid Plan B measures and figures showed a ‘jobs miracle’ – with unemployment down to within a whisker of pre-pandemic levels.

Senior Tory sources accused Miss Davison of “madly whipping up Red Wallers” against the Prime Minister.

Dehenna Davison with rescued puppy 'Carter' pictured next to Carrie Johnson with dog Dilyn and Rishi Sunak, canvasing in Bishop Auckland

Dehenna Davison with rescued puppy ‘Carter’ pictured next to Carrie Johnson with dog Dilyn and Rishi Sunak, canvasing in Bishop Auckland

Senior party sources last night identified Bishop Auckland MP Dehenna Davison and fellow Tory Alicia Kearns (pictured) as ringleaders. The involvement of Miss Kearns, MP for Melton Mowbray, led to the coup attempt being dubbed the 'Pork Pie Plot'

Sources within the party identified Dehenna Davison, Bishop Auckland MP and Tory Alicia Kearns as the ringleaders. Miss Kearns was the MP for Melton Mowbray and her involvement in the coup led to it being called the “Pork Pie Plot”. 

Another source claimed the plotters had been hypocrites. She said that Miss Davison used to drink regularly with colleagues in her office.

The Cabinet minister said that new MPs panicked over the slump in polls. He added: “David Cameron was 13 points behind the polls in three years. George Osborne was also 13 points behind the polls in those same years.” Thatcher stated that if the polls aren’t in your favor mid-term, you aren’t doing enough to make a government work hard enough.

Another described the plot as ‘pretty sickening’, adding that many of the plotters were elected because of Mr Johnson – ‘most of them are a load of ******* nobodies’.

Whips suspect three other relatively new backbenchers – Dehenna Davison from Bishop Auckland, Gary Sambrook (pictured) from Birmingham Northfield and Chris Loder from West Dorset – of being among the ringleaders

Whips suspect three other relatively new backbenchers – Dehenna Davison from Bishop Auckland, Gary Sambrook (pictured) from Birmingham Northfield and Chris Loder from West Dorset – of being among the ringleaders

In a clear sign of the party’s toxic atmosphere, however, a Tory sympathizer to the plotters retorted, saying that this was a belittling to many MPs who represent those who have suffered through Covid. This isn’t the time No 10, who are trying to fix relations with Paterson’s new cohort, this is it.

A senior Tory source said that Therese Coffey, Work and Pensions Secretary was involved in the agitation against Johnson after a day filled with furious counter-briefing.

Yesterday’s brawl at Cabinet with Miss Coffey over the fate of the BBC license fee was a bust up. She denied any involvement. The Prime Minister also denied that the disloyalty claim was true.

One Tory source said that Liz Truss’ potential leaders are friends with Miss Davison, Miss Kearns, and Miss Coffey.

A ally of the Foreign Secretary said last night that she had set off on a trip for Australia with her. She added, “She is 100 percent behind the PM.”

These claims were: 

  • As Mr Johnson spoke out about his “bitter regret” at No. 10 staff parties on the day of Prince Philip’s funeral, he looked visibly upset.
  • The economy recovered from the pandemic and saw record job openings of 1.25million.
  • Whitehall ethics chief Sue Gray was about to interview Dominic Cummings regarding explosive claims that the PM had lied about knowing lockdown parties at No 10.
  • After Rishi, the Chancellor, appeared to sever a TV interview in which he was asked if the PM had his “unconditional support”;
  • Jeremy Hunt, former health secretary, suggested that he might mount another attempt for the top job. He said his desire ‘hasn’t totally vanished’.
  • Dominic Raab (Deputy Prime Minister) said that Johnson must resign if it is found out that Johnson lied to parliament.

This plot was conceived as Tory whips struggled with anger at the so-called Partygate controversy.

Another alleged conspirator, Bury South MP Christian Wakeford (pictured) became the seventh Tory to announce he had submitted a letter of no confidence to party shop steward Sir Graham Brady

Christian Wakeford, Bury South MP (pictured), was another alleged conspirator. He became the seventh Tory Tory to publicly announce that he had sent a letter in no confidence to Sir Graham Brady, party shop steward. 

Yesterday, Mr Johnson broke cover following a period of Covid isolation. He stated that he would ‘humbly apologize to people for any misjudgments made’ by allowing the alleged parties to meet in No 10.

He said that he felt that an event like a “bring you own booze” party in the backyard at the peak of lockdown was a work event.

He was also emotional when he apologized to Queen Elizabeth for the two parties that the No 10 staff had hosted on the day of Prince Philip’s funeral. Covid rules dictated that she must sit by herself.

He huddled behind his mask heavily and refused to answer whether he was going to resign or not if it were proven that he had intentionally misled Parliament.

Although his downbeat appearance was intended to be a sign of humility, it appeared that he made some Tory MPs feel worse.

A former minister in the Cabinet said that if the PM wants to survive and fight, there’s still a way to do it. But he will have to fight – and it looked like the fight had gone out of him.’

Yesterday night there was evidence that the mutiny was growing. Tory whips will be receiving a torrent of letters of no confidence when Miss Gray reports on allegations against the party, possibly as early as tomorrow. It’s not known how close plotters are to the 54 votes required for triggering a vote.

One former minister said a leadership challenge was now ‘inevitable’ at some point – possibly within weeks.

Also, there were signs that parts of the Tory Right had not been impressed by headline-grabbing announcements. It was criticized that an announcement by the Navy to assist with the Channel’s migrant crossings police was just window dressing. 

Treachery on the Red Wallraitors: Following clashes In Cabinet how ‘Pork Pie’ Tories plotted their mutiny 

 He began his day with a disagreement among top Cabinet ministers.

Boris Johnson was unable to stop the plotting by Red Wall MPs.

According to reports, the PM backed controversial plans for the scrapping of the TV license after Therese coffey (Work and Pensions Secretary) complained about Nadine Dorries’ sudden announcement that the fee had been frozen.

Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of India is believed to be also annoyed that others didn’t know about the attack on Monday’s BBC. This was part of Operation Red Meat, a new set populist policies.

The move not only left several Cabinet members out but also did not achieve its primary goal of winning over Tory backbenchers.

Most had arrived back in Westminster yesterday with their ears ringing because of the complaints that their angered constituents made about the PM.

Although many Tory MPs can owe their positions due to the win in the 2019 general elections, their daily viewing of the figures on TV and their phones all day looked like they are under increased pressure. Sky News interview Mr Johnson over allegations about illegal parties, and the subsequent cover-ups made by them.

The controversy surrounding the May 20 party he addressed was: “If I had my chance again, I wouldn’t have let things develop that way.” No one told me what was happening was illegal, and that it was an event that…was not work.

He said, “Nobody has ever told me that this event is against the law, or that it is contrary to what everyone else is asking, so it shouldn’t go ahead.”

Dominic Cummings (the PM’s ex-chief adviser), contradicted his comments in the most recent blog. His priority seems to now be to bring down his boss.

Cummings said that only the 20 May events and a string of others meant that the PM had lied about political parties to the parliament. Although Johnson offered his sincere and humble apologies for his actions, anger was provoked by his defense that “no one had warned him”.

Chris Loder who became MP for West Dorset in 2019 says many of his constituents are critical of Mr Johnson over ‘Partygate’. He also rebelled over Covid curbs last month

Chris Loder, who was elected MP for West Dorset 2019 said that many of his constituents were critical of Johnson in relation to ‘Partygate. Last month, he also protested against Covid curbs 

As his interview at a hospital in Finchley, north London was being broadcast, a group of ‘2019-ers’ were holding an emergency meeting to discuss another No10 leaving do – that of the PM himself.

Several dozen recently elected MPs may have gathered in the office at 1pm of Alicia Kearns. She quickly became the ‘Pork Pie Putsch,’ as she represents Melton Mowbray.

Whips suspect three other relatively new backbenchers – Dehenna Davison from Bishop Auckland, Gary Sambrook from Birmingham Northfield and Chris Loder from West Dorset – of being among the ringleaders.

Sky News claims that they are being called “greywolves” by Prime Minister’s allies because they weren’t socialized in Parliament during pandemic.

According to one Cabinet source, he was angry at their lack of loyalty. He told The Times: “They were elected just because of him. Most of them are a load of f****** nobodies. It’s nuts.’

Downing Street appears to be very annoyed at Miss Davison. Carrie Johnson and Dilyn the dog of the PM, Rishi Sunak, had campaigned in 2019 for Miss Davison.

The plotters kept their secrets, but another 2019er confessed to having written a letter of non-confidence in the PM.

Christian Wakeford was the first Tory elected to Bury South for more than twenty years and became the seventh member to write to the Chairman of the Backbench 1922 Committee.

There are 54 letters that must be received in order to cast a vote on Mr Johnson’s future. However, Mr Wakeford claims there are many more.

Yahoo News told him that other individuals had already written the letters and hadn’t submitted them yet.

On a day of furious briefing and counter-briefing, a senior Tory source claimed that Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey, pictured, had been involved in agitating against Mr Johnson

A senior Tory source said that Therese Coffey (pictured) was involved in the agitation against Johnson after a day filled with furious counter-briefing and briefing.

It is possible that MPs will hand the documents in masse to Prime Minister’s Questions. This dramatic act could result in confidence votes being held in days.

Some are also concerned about the possibility that Mr Johnson could be protected for the year from being challenged by those waiting to hear her verdict if a vote is taken before Sue Gray has fully investigated ‘partygate.’

Some believe even though the PM has been exonerated Mr Cummings will still publish false allegations.

Source: “It will be death by a million blogs,”

While MPs gather in the Commons today for Mr Johnson’s latest drama, one of his potential successors will not.

Last night, Liz Truss, Foreign Secretary was boarding a plane for Australia. This may be compared to Rishi Sunak’s spontaneous visit to Devon at the peak of Partygate.

That’s gratitude! MPs sticking knife in 

Dehenna Davison, 28, captured the Red Wall seat of Bishop Auckland at the 2019 election – the first time the Tories had won the constituency in almost a century.

Carrie Johnson (pictured below with her) and Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of India, helped to boost her campaign. Two Red Wall female MPs are promoted before her, which she is reported to have made her angry at the Prime Minister.

As part of her politics degree at Hull University, she worked as an assistant to Jacob Rees Mogg for one year. She is a Brexiteer and now hosts GB News with Nigel Farage.