Boris Johnson returned to the running for a leader, while Tori tried to win over an angry leave



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EX-Foreign Minister Boris Johnson has returned to the running to be the next leader of the thorium, when the party is trying to win over the angry Leave of the electorate.

In the past year, due to a series of provocative comments, he faced criticism from other colleagues from Tory.

    Boris Johnson returned to run for the post, while Tori tried to win in the raging Leave voters

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Boris Johnson returned to run for the post, while Tori tried to win in the raging Leave voters

They included the appointment of Prime Minister Brex's Prime Minister for a "suicide vest" and said Muslim women wearing burqas "look like letters".

But higher figures see him once again as the best candidate he took over from Theresa May when he withdrew, reveals the columnist of the Sun, James Forsyth. One of the sources on Mr Johnson's team says that Members have "stuck to their seats" and are ready to swallow their doubts about him.

The reflection is that the main part of the "Leave" campaign is the best person to get angry voters who could swap support for Ukip or the new party of Brexit's Nigel Farage party because of delays in leaving the UK.

BOJO BOOST

Mr Johnson also strengthened his team before each bid, so he hired former assistant James James Wharton, formerly younger.

The High Tory MP told The Sun that Mr Johnson would also benefit from the fact that Eurosceptics still in the cabinet – called the Pizza Club – failed to stop Mrs May because of her failure to deliver Brexit.

He said: "If you were working as a team and resisted, you could get it out. All they do is eat pizza and steep in fingers.

"Boris Johnson and Dominic Raab will be the ones who benefit from the leadership race."

In the meantime, Interior Minister Sajid Javid will be leading speculative speeches next week.

As most MEPs will leave for Easter, they will try to get titles by calling for a new approach to stop bloodshed on British streets.

In what he sees as a sign of his desire to focus on young people's voting, Javid wrote a comment on Joe's website, best known for his viral videos sending politicians.

When he turned to readers directly, he wrote: "We can not avoid the fact that young men in cities across the country who are at the age of Joe's readers are more likely to take a knife with them when they leave home.

"People like you or the people you know. I speak directly to them when I say it – there is another way.

"There is help. Life is without violence. "

    Senior customers now see Boris again as the top candidate for takeover from Theresa May

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Senior customers now see Boris again as the top candidate for takeover from Theresa May
    The leader of the Brexit party, Nigel Farage (L), sits with Annonziat, the famous Breyiter Jacob Rees-Mogg, at the start of the European Parliament election campaign in Coventry.

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The leader of the Brexit party, Nigel Farage (L), sits with Annonziat, the famous Breyiter Jacob Rees-Mogg, at the start of the European Parliament election campaign in Coventry.
    The source told The Sun that Mr. Johnson would benefit from the fact that the Eurosceptic cabinet - named by the Pizza Club and led by Michael Gove - failed to stop Mrs May

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The source told The Sun that Mr. Johnson would benefit from the fact that the Eurosceptic cabinet – named by the Pizza Club and led by Michael Gove – failed to stop Mrs May
    Tory Brexiteers endeavor to get PM Theresa Maya from No10 due to her failure to hold the referendum on 23 June 2016

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Tory Brexiteers endeavor to get PM Theresa Maya from No10 due to her failure to hold the referendum on 23 June 2016
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