The British electorate needs to know whether the Prime Minister could face prosecution into "possible criminality", in relation to misconduct in office in relationship to public money received by companies owned by Jennifer Arcuri, a foreign national and a friend of Mr Johnson. It is vital that the electorate know whether Mr Johnson is likely to be prosecuted before the election takes place, so that they can make an informed decision at the ballet box.
Why is this important?
We should all be equal before the law. Privilege, high office and politics should not delay or obstruct the law. If Boris Johnson remained Prime Minister after the election and then was found guilty of criminal misconduct resulting in a prison sentence that would disqualify him from parliament and render him unable to continue as Prime Minister, it would be a gross affront to democracy. It would be better to prosecute and 'Lock him up' before the election.