Loose Women CANCELLED as Boris Johnson set to resign today | The Sun

LOOSE Women has been scrapped from the TV schedule as it was revealed Prime Minister Boris Johnson will make a resignation speech today.

The ITV daytime series will make way for the news agenda as weeks of political chaos comes to a head.

Loose Women fans will need to tune in to get their fix tomorrow, when the show returns at its usual slot.

Viewers were divided on the changes, with one taking to Twitter to joke: "Interrupt it please, pretty please."

Another then bluntly put: "Day ruined."

Prime Minister Boris, who scooped the largest electoral majority since Mrs Thatcher after the General Election in 2019, is set to announce he is stepping down in the next few hours.


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The PM will tell the nation that he is quitting and a new Tory leader will be in post by the party conference in October.

Mr Johnson will announce his intention to resign in an address to the nation today.

The Sun understands the PM will stay in post until October, at which point he will conduct an "orderly handover".

But some Tory MPs say they want BoJo gone sooner.

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They believe Deputy PM Dominic Raab should move in to No10 until a new Conservative leader has been chosen.

A source said: "Boris Johnson has spoken to Graham Brady and agreed to stand down as party leader so that a new leader can be in place by party conference. He will remain as PM until that point."

Mr Johnson has been reeling from the Chris Pincher groping scandal first revealed by The Sun last Thursday.

The crisis climaxed in the past 24 hours when Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid both quit the Cabinet and called for him to go.

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