Tory conference: Boris Johnson as future party leader?


Boris Johnson said he does not want to be prime minister, but speculation continues - in the press, the opinion polls and among bookmakers and supporters - that he may return to Parliament and lead his party when David Cameron stands down.

Adam Fleming asked delegates at the Conservative Party conference if he could one day lead the party, or whether the job should go to someone else.

More mood box votes from the 2012 party conference season


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