Johnson’s allies continue to be angry at terms of an ongoing inquiry into the Privileges Committee as to whether he misled Parliament over lockdown parties in Downing Street.
The prime minister should be removed from office for 10 days he could face revocation request in his constituency of Uxbridge and South Ruislip, threatening him plans to remain deputy.
it remains it is unclear whether Mr Johnson will stand again for re-election for next general elections due by 2024, or indeed remain in Parliament until then.
Mr Cameron and Tony Blair left the House of Commons shortly after down as prime minister although Theresa May decided to stay on as a deputy.
Return to writing beckons, both completing his long awaited book on Shakespeare and writing his memories, which sure to trigger bidding war from potential publishers.
Giving paid speeches, if possible price label of hundreds of thousands of pounds at a time is also expected, possibly arranged via high-ranking American agents of the Washington Speakers Bureau.