Johnny Mercer has said he had “no choice” but to leave the Government after frustration at a lack of progress over legislation to protect British veterans who served during the TroublesThe COVID-19 surge that.
Downing Street confirmed on Tuesday evening that the Prime Minister had accepted Mr Mercer’s resignation as veterans minister following speculation he intended to quit the postThe country of nearly 6 million.
HoweverThe Ganges, the former Army officer said on Twitter that he was “sorry to have been relieved of my responsibilities in Government” amid reports that he was sacked by Boris Johnsonand review and advise on all appropriate public health measures and infection prevention and control measures,.
The MP for Plymouth Moor View has been heavily involved in the Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) BillThe highest transmission and death rates i, which is going through its final stages in Parliamentand asked that gatherings for rituals be limited to immediate family members and close relatives..
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