Boris Johnson is the face of Britain’s “Out” campaign

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Mayor of London Boris Johnson speaks to reporters outside his house after announcing that he is to campaign to leave the EU, in London, Britain, 21 February 2016. British Prime Minister David Cameron said he had secured a deal to give Britain a 'special status' in the EU, offering the 'best of both worlds.' A referendum will be held in June to decide Britain's future relationship with the EU.

In challenging Cameron, Johnson enters the race to succeed him in the leadership of the Conservative Party.


Boris Johnson is the face of the “Leave Campaign” in Britain.

This is a man born in New York and educated in the European School of Brussels  Ashdown House School, but also Eton College. With wide eyes open he decided to back the "Out" campaign.

While David Cameron will be the face of the “Remain” campaign, warning Britons that leaving is a “leap in the dark,” the Mayor of London took a long awaited and hardly surprising position of leading Britain’s “leave campaign.”

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