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Mission Impossible? Boris Johnson returns to Britain to become prime minister again, causing a backlash


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Then… a break of a few weeks with Liz Truss – Some of his colleagues warn that his return could cause more political chaos.

Mission Impossible? THE Boris Johnson is rushing back to Britain and will try to win a second term as the country’s prime minister, after … a break of a few weeks with the Liz Truss, with some of his colleagues warning that his comeback might cause greater political chaos.

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Potential candidates to replace Liz Truss, who announced her resignation on Thursday after just six weeks in office, are scrambling to secure enough support to enter the succession battle before the deadline on Monday .

Johnson, who was on holiday in the Caribbean when Truss resigned and has made no public statement about whether he will run for his old job, has the support of dozens of Conservative MPs. He needs to collect 100 signatures to join the process.

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The Minister of Commerce James Dandridge he assured yesterday that Johnson told him “he is ready” and the former leader will travel to Britain again today.

Johnson was booed by some passengers on the flight to Britain, according to a Sky News reporter on the flight.
Former defense secretary Penny Mordant was the first candidate to officially declare her intention to be in the process to nominate the next Tory party leader, but Johnson and Rishi Sunak, who was once his finance minister, are seen as the main contenders. her opponents ahead of next week’s vote. Sunak is the first candidate to collect the required number of 100 MPs-supporters, according to British media.

Johnson’s return prospect in government it causes polarization in the Conservative party, which is deeply divided after producing four prime ministers in six years.

For some Conservative MPs, Johnson is a vote-winner who can resonate across the country not only with his visibility but also with his characteristic optimism. For others, Johnson is toxic personality, and the question is whether he can convince the dozens of MPs who deserted him that he is now the person who can unite the party and change its course.

Former Conservative leader William Hague said yesterday that Johnson’s return was possibly the worst idea he had heard in nearly half a century as a member of the party. He stated that this would lead the Conservatives in the “round of death”.


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