Boris Johnson has held a second referendum – on whether to get a Number 10 dog.
The Mirror understands Mr Johnson called an all-staff meeting yesterday morning (FRI), and asked staff for a second show of hands on whether he should get a Prime Ministerial pooch.
The motion was overwhelmingly carried, with just three members of staff voting against.
Later the same day, Chancellor Sajid Javid ’s dog – a Cavapoo named Bailey – moved into Downing Street.
The PM has yet to confirm whether he will deliver on the result of the vote, come what may.
But after Bailey’s arrival, a source said: “On a technical level, the promise has been delivered. Under Theresa May we’d still be at consultation stage.”
The Mirror revealed last month that a Downing Street dog was on the cards.
Mr Johnson asked his first all-staff meeting after taking office whether he should get a dog, to which a cry went up of “yes”.
Downing Street insiders have suggested Mr Johnson would most likely get a rescue dog
And any new arrival would have to play nicely with Larry the Downing Street cat.