Thursday, July 7, 2022

Boris Johnson intensifies his bid to compete Theresa May


Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at

Boris Johnson, leader of Conservative Party and the former British Foreign Secretary, intensified his bid to compete for the leadership of the party by getting a valuable office in the heart of Westminster, which contains large rooms enough to accommodate the teams of his election campaign.

The move would allow the former foreign minister – who remains the favorite candidate to succeed the party leader Teresa May to better coordinate efforts to win the support of Conservative deputies in the looming competition.

By contrast, Johnson’s former office was smaller and further than Portcules House in the Westminster area, where deputies gather to dine and hold informal meetings in the large courtyard.

The move comes as grass-roots conservatives start honing efforts to oust the prime minister after failing to hand over Britain’s exit from the EU on time by holding an extraordinary general meeting of the National Conservatives Congress.

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