Chairman of the Commons culture select committee, Julian Knight, told Times Radio that he was “very open-minded” about the possibility of the PM being ousted from power.
He added: “It would be charitable to say that Partygate is due to acts of extreme stupidity on behalf of those at No 10”.
Many Tories have criticised the PM’s leadership but five have even gone so far as to call for him to step down.
Andrew Bridgen, MP for North West Leicestershire told BBC: “I don’t need to see what Sue Gray says to know that for me, Boris Johnson has lost the moral authority to lead the country.
“If there’s another emergency where he has to call on the public to make sacrifices, he doesn’t have that authority.