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Phillip Schofield warns Boris Johnson ‘vultures are circling’ after grovelling apology

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Phillip Schofield has issued a scathing warning to Boris Johnson on This Morning that “the vultures are circling”. It comes after the Prime Ministers confirmed he attended a party in the No 10 garden during the national coronavirus lockdown.Boris Johnson issued a grovelling apology in the House of Commons during Prime Minister's Questions this week after it was revealed a minimum of 100 Downing Street staff were invited to a B.Y.O.B gathering.ITV 's This Morning viewers watched the PM's opening statement to the Commons, during which he said he attended the gathering to thank staff, before returning to his office 25 minutes later, believing it was “a work event”.

He told MPs: “With hindsight I should have sent everyone back inside. I should have found some other way to thank them.”As This Morning returned to the studio for a discussion with journalist Camilla Tominey about the speech, Phillip noted that “the vultures are circling”, asking Camilla if Mr Johnson could survive.Camilla said it depends on the support from the Parliamentary party, as well as the Conservative party membership.She added: “As far as the party is concerned, there’s always been people who are anti-Boris, that happened even when he won a majority.“He had two thirds of MP support - that is waning.”Camilla mentioned possible successors, including Rishi Sunak or Liz Truss, she continued: “The successors themselves are not the ones who are going to push the Prime Minister off a pedestal.“It will be the backbenchers galvanising behind somebody they think can do a better job.”Presenter Holly Willoughby weighed in to question Mr Johnson’s 'mea culpa', saying most in the workplace are not encouraged to “bring their own booze” as in the leaked email.She said:

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