BORIS Johnson has announced he is “proud” of his gaffes — as a check showed he is on march to enter Downing Street with a landslide victory.
The Times reported final night that 74 per cent of Tory celebration members behind him for leader.
Jeremy Hunt is trailing behind with only 26 per cent of a opinion according to a YouGov check taken as Tories accept their list papers. An strenuous infancy — 77 per cent — consider Mr
Johnson’s private life is not applicable to either he would make a good primary minister.
Mr Johnson reacted with annoy yesterday to revelations PM Theresa May kept tip tip information from him when he was Foreign Secretary over fears he would blurt it.
The Tory care front-runner insisted it was “not true”.
Quizzed on his gaffes during a hustings in Darlington, Co Durham, he said: “Yes we have, and I’m unapproachable of many of them.
“Very often, a gaffe turns out to be a unvarnished [truth].”
But a apportion who worked with Boris told The Sun: “He’s lazy, he doesn’t review his briefs delicately and he’s a blabbermouth.”
A No 10 mouthpiece insisted Mrs May “trusts” Mr Johnson.
He final night told a Daily Mail that aroused criminals portion sentences of some-more than 14 years should not get parole.
LANDING a PM pursuit would leave Boris Johnson worse off, he certified yesterday.
He rakes in £600,000 from a Telegraph column, speeches and book royalties on tip of his £79,468 MP salary. The PM earns £150,000.
Mr Johnson said: “It is apparently probable to make some-more income by not being a full-time politician.”
Jeremy Hunt’s stay rapped him “bemoaning his wealth.”
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