Sunak may face defeat for the first time if the party’s rebels join the opposition against the government’s housing scheme bill.
London (Britain) where recently there was a change of power and due to which Rishi Sunak of Indian origin became the Prime Minister, now there is a possibility of rebellion against Rishi Sunak. A vote on the British government’s housing scheme has been averted due to the rebellion.
47 rebellious members of the party itself have opposed this bill. If he gets the support of the other opposition forces, the opposition Labor Party, Rishi Sunak may face his first defeat on this bill.
The newly elected Prime Minister of Britain, Rishi Sunak, has for the first time faced the threat of rebellion by MPs of his own party. According to media reports, due to this reason, Rishi Sunak had to abstain from voting on the bill (Leveling-up Regeneration Bill) related to the British government’s house construction scheme.
According to reports, about 47 members of Sunak’s Tory Party and other MPs have signed the Leveling-Up and Regeneration Bill together. This may prevent the local councils from meeting the target of compulsory construction of houses.
The bill will come up for debate in the House of Commons on Wednesday and a vote on it next Monday. There is a danger of losing the vote on this bill before PM Sunak.
Because they got a majority of only 69 members. If the rebel 47 members and the support of opposition Labor and other opposition forces get Sunak’s first defeat. It remains to be seen what stance the Sunak government and its party MPs and opposition parties take in the debate on Wednesday.