Infographic: What Could Happen With a No Confidence Vote to Boris Johnson – Bloomberg

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Boris Johnson will face a leadership vote in his ruling Conservative Party following a series of scandals, including becoming the first sitting UK prime minister found to have broken the law.
Johnson will be removed as prime minister if fewer than 50% of his MPs back his leadership. Under current rules, he is safe from a new vote for a year if he survives the ballot, which is due to start at 6 p.m. local time.