Boris Johnson joked that his removal from number 10 was the “greatest stitch”.up from the time of the Bayeux Tapestry” in speech on party on Saturday to celebrate his wedding last year.
Carrie Johnson, his wife, also delivered what was described one guest as a “touchingly funny speech”, which was “full of attachment” for in prime minister.
The couple was later joined on dance-floor Wilf, there are two-year-old son told the guests Time. Closest supporters of Johnson’s cabinet attended party at Daylesford House, an 18th century country estate in Cotswolds where the tent was set up in 1500 acres of landscaped gardens. house belongs to Lord Bamford, Chairman of JCB, who gave about £14 million to the Conservative Party