- Against the expectations of many in states Boris Johnson is not a candidate to succeed British Prime Minister David Cameron. London's former mayor claimed a strong 'Leave' campaign.
Johnson was seen as one of the leading contenders to succeed Cameron as leader of the Conservative Party, and later be prime minister. That chance he gets out, he reports himself at a press conference.
The news that Michael Gove, an ally of Johnson, also suggested candidate, hard arrived at the popular campaigner. It was expected that the men would work together, for example Gove as running mate. He had repeatedly noticed that he did not consider himself fit to be prime minister, because he lacks charisma.
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