Boris Johnson UK prime minister; Johnson has reached 100 supporters ahead of Monday’s ballot announcement, says Johnson’s allies.
Boris Johnson UK Prime Minister; What Happened
Ex-prime minister touched down in London this morning ahead of an official lunch of leadership bid.
As the race seems to be, he may have a head over Rishi Sunak in the latest race for No 10.
Boris Johnson UK Prime Minister; James Duddridge MP Tweeted;
“Boris Johnson has more than 100 backers.”
A claim has it that the names of Johnson’s supporters have not been published, it may be assumed that way to put pressure on other candidates.
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Boris Johnson Uk Prime Minister; Mr Sunaks Allies Said;
“Sunak has crossed the 100 backers threshold.”
This was made known on Friday night as his supporters claimed he had amassed the necessary numbers to reach the threshold.
People have urged Sunak to get back together with Johnson despite the past.
Boris Johnson UK Prime Minister; Stanley Johnson Said;
“Today my son would be ready and willing to return to fight his way to No 10.”
On GB News he tolls;
“I think he will put his name forward, and I think he will beat Rishi Sunak head to head. I’m now going to reveal this for the first time when I get my vote, my electronic password, I will be voting for Boris because I think he will do the things I care about, Europe, the environment, peace in our time, and net zero”.
Johnson has won the support of six cabinet ministers including; Simon Clarke, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Alok Sharma and Ben Wallace.
Penny Mordaunt: What She Did
Penny Mordaunt revealed her leadership bid yesterday but not much attention is placed on her as her number of supporters are small.
She backed Ms Truss against Mr Sunak when the pair were put before party members in the deciding vote.
Mordaunt was rewarded with her appointment as both Commons Leader and Lord President of the Council. This has magnified her profile as the second-most prominent government figure involved in King Charles’ proclamation.
Nevertheless, she has a lot of movements and she also hopes she wins. The line of drawn between the three, but the upper hand is placed on Johnson and Sunak.
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