Queue for handing in letters of no confidence to 1922 committee “up to 12 hours long”

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The queue for Tory MPs to hand in letters of no confidence in Rishi Sunak has gotten absolutely enormous, according to reports this morning.

With reports that increasing numbers of Tory MPs are disillusioned at the idea of having their arses handed to them at the next general election, the 1922 Committee offices are currently a hive of activity.

Typically, letters are handed in by members of the governing party, and no such queue is ever required. However, recent events have led to several thousand members of the public joining in on the fun.

“I’m a milkman,” confirmed milkman, Simon Williams, “Yes, we still exist.

“I heard about this 1922 thingy back in the halcyon days of the Boris Johnson government, a matter of just a few months ago. I never thought I’d think about it again, but now here I am, queueing up with other British patriots, clutching our notes, many of which simply say ‘get out now Rishi’ on them.

“It really does make one proud to be British.”

Conservative MP, Hayley Rice, said, “I knew I should have put a tent outside the 1922 office.

“Now I’m going to wait for five hours while this rag-tag mob of teachers, dinner ladies and nurses hand in bits of paper more than likely smeared in their own faeces.

“Don’t they realise I’m an MP and I should be handing in my bit of paper smeared in my own faeces FIRST?!

“This queue is now so long I’m half expecting to see Phil and Holly jump it.”

A local police officer commented, “We advise all members of the public to anticipate waiting times of around 12 hours. Please plan ahead by bringing bring folding chairs, food, hot drinks, and your burning hatred for the latest government.”

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