West Midlands MPs give their views on Boris ahead of Monday's vote
West Midland MPs are split on whether to vote to back a report by Parliament's Privileges and Standards Committee that said Boris Johnson deliberately misled parliament when he denied any Covid rule breaking had taken place at Number 10.
MPs are set to vote on Monday on the report that recommended that Mr Johnson, who resigned ahead of its publication last week, be suspended from Parliament.
Michael Fabricant told BBC Politics Midlands that politics had influenced the Privileges Committee report.
The Lichfield MP, who was given a knighthood by Boris Johnson as part of the former PM's resignation honours, said: "There is good and bad in everyone and my view is that he is a man with great vision.
"My slight concern is that the reason that politics has come into all this is that people are terrified that he might actually come back to the House of Commons and might actually be Prime Minister again.
Daniel Kawczynski, the Conservative MP for Shrewsbury and Atcham said he was "very likely" to vote to back the report on Monday, despite having been a previous supporter of the former PM.