On Monday night, the UK's Prime Minister managed to hold on to his title but was left under no illusion that his authority had been left badly damaged. He won the vote by 211 to 148, meaning 41% of Conservative MPs believe Mr Johnson should no longer serve in Downing St. The result, which the Prime Minister described as ‘convincing' comes after weeks of anger following multiple lockdown-breaking parties. Current rules state that Mr Johnson cannot be challenged for another year but history suggests he may not last that long. Previous Tory prime ministers Margaret Thatcher, John Major and Theresa May all survived the vote, only to lose office shortly afterwards.