Should he remain Member of Parliament, however, he would not hesitate to take on other activities. In the early days in Parliament, he edited The Spectator, and a return to journalism will be one of his options.
Starting as an alumnus intern at The Times before joining Telegraph, it will become one of the most famous columnists of this newspaper before his election as leader of the Tories in 2019.
As well as back in 2015, Mr. Johnson signed a deal worth £500,000 with publishing house Hodder and Stoughton write a biography of William Shakespeare.
It is happened year after The Churchill Factor, Mr. Johnson first a biography that looked at life of wartime leader and his biggest personal political idol.
In any capacity, he will no doubt want to return to writing. And not since Margaret Thatcher’s words of a former prime minister to be chosen over more.
All of his writing will be carefully studied with a view to the fact that he says both directly and indirectly about big questions of day or where government understands correctly or wrong.
And somehow anxious for his successor, Mr. Johnson’s comments in his columns were – more often than not – newsworthy in as well as of themselves. He will also tweet freely, give interviews and give afternoon speeches at your leisure.
Speaking market is especially profitable for figure is so bright in his prose, and no doubt with no shortage of stories and anecdotes from his three eventful years at the peak of his career of power.
Besides her work as MP, Mrs May earned £1.1 million between December 2019 and March 2021 from a wide range of speeches. Mr. Johnson will surely be tempted follow suit.