Boris Johnson is going to run for parliament but needs to find

first_img Source: Laura Henderson/Twitter Johnson has been tipped to become David Cameron’s successor as leader of the Conservative Party, the AFP reports.A report commissioned by Johnson, and due to be published today, is expected to conclude that London would be better off if Britain left the EU. The document reportedly goes further than Cameron in its demands for renegotiating London’s relationship with Brussels.- Additional reporting by the AFPRead: British minister quits Cabinet over Gaza >Read: UK introduces ‘sobriety tag’ for offenders > Source: Fallacio Hornblower/Twitter http://t.co/G5pMoZ0Cy7OH JOY…..NOT!!!— rosie (@coolestofcats) August 6, 2014 If #BorisJohnson is going to be an MP and mayor, people should know he’s also eligible to be US President. Vacancy 2016 #justsaying— Captain Birdseye (@INewpersona) August 6, 2014center_img Glad to hear that Boris is going to stand for parliament again #BorisJohnson #Boris4PM— Laura Henderson (@LalsHenderson) August 6, 2014 MAYOR OF LONDON Boris Johnson said today he plans to run for the British parliament in next year’s general election.Reuters reports that Johnson said he has not yet decided which constituency to contest, but that he will “try to find somewhere to stand”.The Conservative politician served as an MP for Henley-on-Thames, an Oxfordshire constituency, from 2001 until 2008, when he became Mayor of London. His current term is due to run until 2016.News of Johnson’s comments were greeted with a mixed reaction on Twitter this morning: Source: rosie/Twitterlast_img read more

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