British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday that the worst sin he is prepared to admit is breaking the law by driving a bicycle on the sidewalk.
When Sky asked him, about the worst guilt he was willing to admit to committing, Boris Johnson first asked his advisers for advice before saying, “I think sometimes when I was riding my bike every day, I wasn’t always observing the law regarding driving a bike on the footpath”.
“I want you to know that I am totally and vehemently opposed to those who drive bikes on the sidewalk and I think this is a mistake and I feel bad about that, but I may at times have climbed by bike on the sidewalk”, he added.
Johnson, responding to a question whether he was concerned about the convergence of results in opinion polls about the elections, said, “Of course. I think this is a defining moment for the country”.
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