A defiant British Prime Minister Boris Johnson battled to stay in power Wednesday after his government was rocked by the resignation of two top ministers, who said they could no longer serve under his scandal-plagued leadership.
The most immediate challenge for the leader, who only narrowly survived a no-confidence vote last month, is to get through two public grilling sessions: the weekly Prime Minister’s Questions session in Parliament and a long-scheduled interrogation by a committee of senior lawmakers.
How he handles the tough questions could indicate whether a simmering rebellion in his Conservative Party can gather enough strength to oust him. Also
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