Piers Morgan, Katie Price and Graham Potter are among the replacement ideas for Boris Johnson

PIERS Morgan, Katie Price and Graham Potter are among the names Argus readers have suggested as Boris Johnson’s replacement.

After a series of resignations by ministers and advisers, the prime minister has resigned.

He announced his resignation as leader of the Conservative Party but signaled his intention to remain prime minister while the party selects his successor, possibly until the autumn.

In response to the question of who they would like to take over after Mr. Johnson, The Argus readers gave some serious and not-so-serious answers.

“Give it to Graham Potter,” said one Twitter user.

However, not everyone was happy that the Brighton and Hove Albion manager was linked to another job.

“You don’t have a Graham Potter,” Mick Webster replied.

In another football-related reply, another reader said: “Eddie Howe. He did a great job and can really turn her fortunes around.”

In addition to athlete personalities, Newick-born TV presenter Piers Morgan, Brighton-born former glamor model Katie Price and former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson were also proposed.

Ollie Meeney said: “Donald Duck would be a strong candidate for the path our country is taking. At least he can put a bunch of words together.”

Meanwhile, Dave Hyder suggested: “Mr Tumble his communication is much better.”

In the world of politics, Labor Party leader Kier Starmer was the most important proposal.

“Kier Starmer and the Labor Party,” said David Balfe.

However, not everyone agreed.

“I’d like to say Labor but they don’t have policies,” Rory Raftery said.

Other political options included Rishi Sunak, Theresa May and Caroline Lucas, while celebrities like Hugh Grant, Ian Hislop and Grover from The Muppets were also mentioned.

A spate of resignations began Tuesday night, led by Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid, both of whom resigned from their cabinet posts.

Will Quince resigned as Minister for Children and Families, saying he could not accept defending the Prime Minister on TV with inaccurate information about the Chris Pincher row.

Mr Quince was one of the ministers sent on the airwaves to defend Mr Johnson’s position against Chris Pincher, who quit as deputy chief whip after allegedly assaulting two men while drunk at London’s Carlton Club.

The Prime Minister later admitted he had been previously briefed on allegations against Mr Pincher from 2019 and said he regretted keeping him in government beyond that point.

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