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Boris Johnson stands to make £5m a year after No 10, say experts


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Boris Johnson could make more than £ 5m a year after he leaves Downing Street, experts have estimated.

The figure will be welcome news to a prime minister who is said to regularly complain to friends that he is hard up, citing his second divorce, several children and his reduced income since entering No 10.

In fact, Johnson’s £155,376 salary puts him in the top 1% of UK earners. His housing, transport and a large part of his living costs are covered by the taxpayer.

Regardless of whether his financial straits are real or imagined, there are two certainties, says Tom Bower, one of Johnson’s biographers: that he is hopeless with money and that he will have no problem making lots of it after he leaves office.

https://jnews.uk/boris-johnson-stands-to-make-5m-a-year-after-no-10-say-experts-boris-johnson/

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Waiting for the working at a circus as a clown jokes to begin.

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5m....is that all. Needs to have a word with T. Blair.

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2 hours ago, Still Waters said:

 

In fact, Johnson’s £155,376 salary puts him in the top 1% of UK earners.

https://jnews.uk/boris-johnson-stands-to-make-5m-a-year-after-no-10-say-experts-boris-johnson/

It would also put him in the top 1% of tax payers. But this can be ignored by the author. ;) 

I would imagine the story of the covid vaccine development and role out in the UK will have them on the edge of their seats at speeches. 

 

"The biggest vaccine campaign in NHS history kicked off this morning, as 90-year-old grandmother Margaret Keenan became the first person in the world to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 jab following its clinical approval."

https://www.england.nhs.uk/2020/12/landmark-moment-as-first-nhs-patient-receives-covid-19-vaccination/

 

Also the story of UK's leading role with the war in Ukraine. :tu:

 

 

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On 6/11/2022 at 11:54 AM, Cookie Monster said:

Waiting for the working at a circus as a clown jokes to begin.

He's doing that now, he will want a change when he is ousted.

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