Boris Johnson is facing questions about whether he can win over enough deputies to return to power after the bench was told that they wanted weed out those who were not “serious candidates”.
Potential successors to Liz Truss are scheduled until 2:00 pm. on from Monday to attract nominations from 100 Conservative MPs. This is seen as an attempt to keep Johnson from attempting an unlikely comeback. six weeks after departure office.
The Times reported that Johnson is expected to stand and believe that this in in national interest. Several Conservative MPs publicly pleaded with him run but others consider the prospect with horror.
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