Former UK finance minister Javid says he could not accept Johnson's demands
Thursday, 13 February 2020 () Former British finance minister Sajid Javid said on Thursday he had resigned because no self-respecting minister would accept Prime Minister Boris Johnson's demands to fire his political advisers.
Britain's finance minister, Sajid Javid, resigned after Prime Minister Boris Johnson demanded he sack his advisers to replace them with Johnson loyalists. It made waves amid what was meant to be a low-key reshuffle. Lucy Fielder reports.
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