UPDATE: Petition: Anthony Browne MP - get off the fence and tell Boris to resign

The Speaker of the House of Commons has confirmed that MPs will vote on Thursday over whether Boris Johnson should be investigated for lying to Parliament over attending lockdown parties.

Sign our petition and call on Anthony Browne MP to denounce Boris Johnson’s law-breaking behaviour and call for his resignation.

Boris Johnson partied whilst everyone else followed the rules, often at great personal cost and suffering.

Responding to the vote being called for Boris Johnson to be investigated for lying to Parliament over Partygate, Pippa Heylings, Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate for South Cambridgeshire said: “Now is the time for Anthony Browne MP to do the right thing and stand up to Boris Johnson in Parliament.

“Enough is enough. How can Conservative MPs stand behind a liar and law-breaker? It is
shameless."

“Time and time again Anthony Browne has failed to speak out and has backed Boris Johnson through this entire saga despite local outrage, supposedly awaiting the Sue Gray report. The police have found Boris Johnson guilty of law-breaking. Isnt’ this enough for Anthony Browne? People here made heartbreaking sacrifices during lockdowns, from missing funerals to being apart from their loved ones for months on end, yet at the same time Downing Street was partying."

“On the doorsteps, I’ve heard from countless lifelong Conservative voters here who won’t vote Conservative again because of Boris Johnson. If our MP doesn’t act then he is propping up a liar and therefore guilty by association."

Boris Johnson has broken the rules and lied to Parliament and the country. It is clear to so many that he must now resign.

Sign below to add your name to the petition and send a message to the Conservative MP for South Cambs that he must step out of the shadows and call on Boris to resign.

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