Boris Johnson's Party Loses 2 Parliamentary By-Elections in a Significant Setback

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson loses two parliamentary by-election victories . Result shows the country has lost faith in the Tories, Labour leader Ed Davey says .

London: In a dramatic reversal, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson lost two parliamentary by-election victories on Friday, including in a southwest English constituency held by his ruling Conservatives for over a century, putting further emphasis on the party's resurgence, with the party's chairman, Oliver Dowden, reportedly resigning on Thursday after the party's worst electoral record in decades two and a half years ago.In Wakefield, a 58-year-old Brexit architect pleaded guilty to pornography on his phone in the House of Commons, and Wakefield's Imran Ahmad Khan was convicted of sexually assaulting a teenage boy on Thursday, according to a statement from a count center in the town.The result shows the country has lost faith in the Tories and its time to resign, according to a statement by Labour leader Ed Davey.In the meantime,