TWO of Wiltshire’s five MPs say that Boris Johnson is “finished” as Prime Minister after two senior Cabinet Ministers dramatically resigned yesterday.

The PM was left teetering on the edge as Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid both quit his Cabinet within minutes of each other.

And James Gray, MP for North Wiltshire, said he wouldn't be suprised to see further resignations and believes Boris Johnson's time as Prime Minister is almost over. 

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“It wouldn’t be a surprise if they all went," he said. 

"I think he is finished.

"What happens next, of course, we’ll have to see.”

South West Wiltshire MP Dr Andrew Murrison yesterday resigned as Trade Envoy to Morocco.

He said: “It is collapsing. This is the end. His position now is unrecoverable."

“After the failure of backbenchers to get rid of Boris Johnson it was made plain to senior Cabinet Ministers that the ball was in their court. Only they could easily do this.

“So this rather pre-empts a change of rules at the 1922 that would enable us to have another ballot fairly soon on Boris Johnson’s leadership.

“With such high level resignations I don’t think his position is remotely sustainable. He will have to announce that he is stepping down.”

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Mr Johnson was hit by the double blow of Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid's resignations shortly after the Prime Minister issued a grovelling apology over his appointment of shamed MP Chris Pincher.

In his resignation letter, Mr Sunak told the PM that “we cannot continue like this”.

Mr Javid publicly questioned Mr Johnson's integrity, competence and ability to act in the national interest.

“We may not have always been popular, but we have been competent in acting in the national interest.

“Sadly, in the current circumstances, the public are concluding that we are now neither."