Boris Johnson will “return” as leader of the Conservative Party | Pro IQRA News

Boris Johnson will “return” as leader of the Conservative Party

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Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson will return as prime minister despite his previous bid being jammed, according to a former Conservative Party boss.

Jake Perry has referred to the former prime minister as a “rubber ball of politics” who will continue to “bounce for more”.

During Liz Truss’ brief tenure as prime minister, the deputy for Rosendel and Druen served as party chief.

During an interview with political party Matt Ford’s podcast in central London on Monday night, Perry said, “I think Boris will be back. I won’t say when. I think he will be back.”

“He’s a bit like a Tory mistress – something he’s known for. The other seductive woman. The king over the sea. When we despair, Tory MPs want Johnson back as leader.”

“I just think – knowing my Conservative colleagues in Parliament – there is a point when they go: ‘Yes, but if he comes back I might keep my job’,” he said.

Nadine Dorries, a former culture minister and ally of Johnson, said last week that the former prime minister would return in “ten years or ten months”.

Perry also said Boris Johnson had “bottomed it” by not putting the last leadership election on the vote of party members, “in a two-in-three [leadership races] He bottled it up, maybe that speaks to his character.”

When Rishi Sunak took over as Conservative Party leader and prime minister from David Cameron last month, he sacked Perry as party chairman.

Perry has been outspoken ever since, publicly criticizing Home Secretary Soella Braverman for violating government security rules.

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“Once you become a party president, you know where the mass graves are. This is why you are rarely pushed immediately to the back benches as a party president.

When asked if he would prefer to serve in Sunak’s cabinet or appear in I’m a Celebrity, as Matt Hancock does, Perry said he was satisfied with his current position. He said, “You don’t have to eat sheep’s vaginas to be a catalyst.”