It's been a rough old ride for the latest UK prime minister, Boris Johnson. 31 October will mark his 100th day in Downing Street - a period indelibly marked by a string of parliamentary defeats. Johnson's first vote as PM came on 3 September and ended in 21 Tory MPs rebelling to vote with the opposition in taking control of the Commons timetable and allow for a debate on a bill to block a no-deal Brexit
. After reacting by removing the whip from the 21 rebels, the Conservatives no longer had a majority and, adding to the already fractious atmosphere in his party, all but guaranteed the defeats that followed. This infographic gives a basic overview of when these occurred, up to just before his 100th day.