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By Chris Peterson ( China Daily )
Updated:2016-02-26 08:07:15
Comments Print Mail Large Medium SmallAfter weeks of very public will he, wont he, London Mayor Boris Johnson, a former school friend and political ally of UK Prime Minister David Cameron, broke ranks and said he would join six other leading figures from the ruling Conservative Party in campaigning for the UK to leave the European Union.Many see his move as tactical, aimed at securing first place in the queue to replace Cameron as prime minister at the next general election in 2020. Quite a few analysts, including those who support the UK leaving the EU, believe Johnsons support would tip the balance in favor of an “out” vote. Johnson, they say, is one of UKs most-loved politicians and a future prime minister. But I dont think so. Heres why.I am starting to feel that here we have a case of a celebrity politician who has started to believe in his own publicity. 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