Boris Johnson will stand again in the next parliamentary election in the constituency of Uxbridge and South Ruslip in north-west London. The local branch of the Conservative Party nominated a former British Prime Minister last night.
In the previous parliamentary elections in December 2019, Johnson won in the constituency of Uxbridge and South Ruslip with a margin of 7,000 votes. However, Labour’s strong performance in opinion polls could put this seat under threat.
In recent weeks, there have been reports that Johnson will run in another district. This should have given him more confidence in getting a seat in parliament. Rumors heated up even more after the British media reported that Johnson bought a new house in Oxfordshire.
Boris Johnson and his supporters have always denied reports of a move to a “safe” constituency. The next parliamentary elections in Great Britain must be held no later than January 2025.
Source : HLN