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The latter's promise to deliver Brexit, even without a trade deal with the EU, became the dividing line - and when the results came on 23 July 2019, 66% of the Conservative Party members who had cast a vote did so for Mr Johnson. As Mr Johnson recuperated and spent time with his new son Wilfred - who had been born days after he was released from hospital - a fresh scandal emerged that was to prove critical to his premiership and make his chief adviser a household name. It is not an offence if they “had no reason to believe that there was any person within hearing or sight who was likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress”.

The appearances introduced him to a wider audience and is considered the beginning of the "Boris" persona in the minds of the wider public. In 2005 Mr Johnson resigned as editor of The Spectator after being offered a return to the shadow frontbench as higher education spokesman by the new Conservative leader, David Cameron. Ministers were left embarrassed by being sent out to do media interviews, pushing the government line, only to find they had been misled by Number 10 - and ultimately Mr Johnson. Johnson said that US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital is a "moment of opportunity" for peace. [391] In June 2018, Johnson accused the UNHRC of focusing disproportionately on the Israeli–Palestinian conflict and Israel's occupation of the Palestinian territories. [392] Johnson with former prime minister Gordon Brown in May 2018

Rosemary Bennett: ‘A lot of people are out of love with politics in general.’ Photograph: Andy Hall/The Observer Instead the catalyst for the prime minister's downfall came not from law-breaking parties in Downing Street or the devastating by-election losses, but from an incident that took place in a private members' club in St James'.

Image: Boris Johnson speaks during a press conference at St Ermin's Hotel in London, where he formally announced that he will not enter the race to succeed David Camero Johnson appointed his Cabinet on 24July 2019, [452] dismissing 11 senior ministers and accepting the resignation of six others. [453] [454] The mass dismissal was the most extensive postwar Cabinet reorganisation without a change in the ruling party. [455] [456] In doing so he became famous for resisting the temptation to hang on to power or meddle in politics. Instead, the catalyst for the prime minister's downfall came not from law-breaking parties in Downing Street or the devastating by-election losses, but from an incident that took place in a private members' club in St James'. In January 2019, Johnson came under criticism for remarks he had made during the 2016 Leave campaign regarding the prospect of Turkish accession to the European Union; he denied making such remarks. [409] In March 2019, Johnson said that expenditure on investigating historic allegations of child abuse, instead of more police on the streets, was money "spaffed up the wall". [410] A victim, anti-abuse organisations, a police chief and Shadow police minister Louise Haigh strongly criticised this. [411] Journalism

Main article: 2019 Conservative Party leadership election The logo used by Johnson's leadership campaign in 2019 Johnson attended Eton College and studied Classics at Balliol College, Oxford. He was elected president of the Oxford Union in 1986. In 1989, he became the Brussels correspondent – and later political columnist – for The Daily Telegraph, and from 1999 to 2005 he was the editor of The Spectator. Following his election to Parliament in 2001, he became a member of the shadow cabinets of Michael Howard and later David Cameron. Johnson was elected Mayor of London in 2008 and resigned from the House of Commons. He was re-elected mayor in 2012. In the 2015 general election he was elected MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip, and the following year did not seek re-election as mayor. Johnson was a prominent figure in the successful Vote Leave campaign for Brexit in the 2016 European Union membership referendum. After the referendum, Prime Minister Theresa May appointed him foreign secretary in her cabinet. He resigned from the position in 2018 in protest at both the Chequers Agreement and May's approach to Brexit.



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