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Boris Johnson takes second foreign holiday in a fortnight


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Boris Johnson has taken his second holiday in a fortnight, it has emerged after he and Carrie were spotted in a Greek supermarket.

The Prime Minister and his wife were filmed shopping for groceries in Nea Makri, a coastal town near Athens.

Footage published by the Greek news website "In" showed Mr Johnson, dressed in a white shirt, a navy-blue blazer and brown trousers, cheerily greeting a local who was filming him as he walked around the supermarket aisles.

Accompanied by security guards, he was then filmed scanning a number of items at the self-checkout before loading them into an SUV and heading off.

Boris Johnson takes second foreign holiday in a fortnight (msn.com)

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Considering the damage he has done to the UK, Brexit being the prime example, it is worth several thousands of pounds of tax-payers money each day to keep him out of the UK and out of our politics.

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4 hours ago, Silver said:

Considering the damage he has done to the UK, Brexit being the prime example, it is worth several thousands of pounds of tax-payers money each day to keep him out of the UK and out of our politics.

Tory party rules mean that Boris cannot stand in the current PM contest.

But what most people outside of the party don`t know is just how popular he is with the membership. He is incredibly popular, his popularity rate is higher than the two current contesters combined.

When whoever takes over, the economic problems we currently have can only be resolved by ending Russian sanctions. There is no easy fix, there is no other solution to a lack of supply, its end sanctions or the country will go through a winter of cold hardship (like many others in NATO). That will trigger the next leadership contest and Boris will be back next year. Just watch!!!

And the drought emerging across Europe is going to help him back in by driving up food prices even higher.

Sorry to ruin your party @Silver lol.

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