Sir Keir Starmer made an unexpected visit to Buckinghamshire on Tuesday as he was seen at Wycombe Wanderers’ stadium, Adams Park.

The Labour Party leader and leader of the opposition along with his shadow cabinet were given a tour of the ground on July 12, where they posed for pictures and learnt about the Chairboys’ history.

The 59-year-old, who is an avid football fan and supports the Premier League side Arsenal, visited the stadium as part of his cabinet’s weekly meeting.

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His arrival at Adams Park comes five days after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced his resignation from the role, following a series of scandals and controversies under his stewardship that has put the current government in crisis.

Since the start of this month, a total of 67 MPs have resigned, which included Aylesbury’s MP, Rob Butler.

Speaking to Sky News at Wanderers’ home on the scandals and current controversies the current PM has been embroiled in, Starmer said: “Finally, the Tory party have concluded that Boris Johnson is unfit to be Prime Minister.

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“That was blindingly obvious a long time ago.

“But having come to that conclusion, they cannot expect the country to allow to cling on for weeks on end, so it’s very important.

“We said that if he wasn’t going to remove him themselves, then we would step up in the national interest and bring this vote for no confidence.

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“And frankly, any Tory in the last few days that has said that the Prime Minister is fit for office because he can’t tell the truth and that he can’t be trusted, how can they go to the lobby tomorrow (July 13), and say that he can stay in power for another few weeks?”

Johnson will officially leave his role in September this year.