I have been looking up one or two things and have been studying the subject of impeachment. It urns out that a member of parliament, whether it be Lords or Commons can impeach an officer of the crown (Matt Hancock or Boris Johnson)
The United Kingdom has no codified constitution, and the legal basis for parliamentary impeachment derives not from statute law but from ancient constitutional convention dating back to 1376.
According to Parliament.uk, impeachment is when a politician is accused of “high crimes and misdemeanours, beyond the reach of the law or which no other authority in the state will prosecute”
To my mind, this falls within the behaviour described as 'high Crimes (treason) and misdemeanours'
in that Boris has breached the 2005 Anti terrorism law, Article 2 .1 which reads
"Violence or threats which aim to bring about fear among people or expose their lives, freedoms and security to danger and their money and properties to damage regardless of its motives and purposes which takes place in the execution of a terrorist act, individually or collectively organized."
Clearly, under instruction from Boris, the UK government has " brought about threats which aim to bring about fear among people......etc"
I say this because he/they have spread lies and deceit onto the UK Population, causing unfounded fear and terror to the people by claiming that an unproven virus threatens the life of the people and has falsely imposed imprisonment and restricted freedoms upon