After Brexit verdict, ex-London mayor Boris Johnson might be knocking on a doors of power

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With Britain carrying voted to exit a European Union, all eyes are now set on who will attain Prime Minister David Cameron in October. The frontrunner according to a British media is Boris Johnson, a former London mayor.

Boris Johnson was among those regressive MPs who chose not to behind PM Cameron’s perspective and upheld Britain’s exit from a European Union. With his debate successful, he now finds himself as a favourite to be a subsequent PM. The competition also includes Home Secretary Theresa May, Michael Gove and Chancellor George Osborne, The Telegraph reported.

In his feat speech, Johnson has voiced counsel and warned not to lift out of a multi-nation kinship in haste, The Independent reported.

According to a Wall Street Journal, Johnson assimilated a “leave campaign” in Feb this year after disagreements with his one-time domestic fan and crony David Cameron. There were speculations that he was encouraged some-more by his domestic aspiration than anything else.

Conservative personality Boris Johnson. ReutersConservative personality Boris Johnson. Reuters

Conservative personality Boris Johnson. Reuters

Commenting on his preference to behind a “leave group”, another WSJ  news quoted him as saying, “I wish a improved understanding for a people of this country: To save them income and to take behind control”.

He has regularly dogded questions on his primary ministerial ambitions. At a press discussion only after PM Cameron motionless to quit, he again sidetracked questions on a emanate of succession.

Boris Johnson was innate on 19 Jun 1964 in New York. He was postulated both US as good as UK citizenship. He complicated during Oxford University and beagn his career in broadcasting with The Times before relocating to The Daily Telegraph and finally to The Spectator, where he was a editor.

He entered UK’s Parliament on a Conservative sheet in 2001. He rose to inflection when he was inaugurated a mayor of London in 2008, and was re-elected in 2012. He returned to a Parliament after winning a 2015 ubiquitous elections from Uxbridge and South Ruislip.

He is a renouned figure in British media though has mostly been portrayed as a “court jester” and never as a critical politician, a Mint news reported.

The Brexit debate has brought him into a mainstream of Britsh politics. It has to be seen either he creates a transition to being a politician who can convene his countrymen along with him.