Boris Johnson Leadership
Let the lion roar” was the hardly self effacing title given by Boris Johnson s aides to his speech to the Tory conference on “promoting global Britain” today. It was a reference to Winston Churchill s remark after the Second World War that “I was not the lion, but it fell to me to give the lion s roar.” The Foreign .Boris Johnson is the top choice for the next Tory leader among Conservative party members, according to a new poll. The Foreign Secretary was named as favourite by almost a quarter of people surveyed for the poll by YouGov, followed in second position by Scottish leader Ruth Davidson..The battle to be the next leader of the Conservative Party is a three horse race, a new poll of Tory members has suggested with Boris Johnson now the favourite to take over from Theresa May. The Foreign Secretary is in pole position to succeed Mrs May with per cent of the party s rank and file backing .And then, at last, came Boris. Shaggy headed,astic and full of bravado and sunny optimism as he brushed aside the clouds hanging over Britain s fraught withdrawal from the European Union, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was exactly where he wanted to be on Tuesday afternoon at the center .
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