BORIS Johnson told his local constituents that kicking him out as PM to make way for Liz Truss was “a mistake”.
The ousted former PM vowed to carry on supporting Rishi Sunak publicly from the backbenchers, but repeatedly slammed the decision to push him out.
Boris told his constituents he ‘absolutely’ wants to stay as their local MP[/caption]
One audience member told the Jewish News of the event in Ruislip: “It was clear throughout the conversation he felt he was wrongly removed.
“And it’s clear he definitely still has political ambitions.”
He even joked “if I rise again” in a thinly-veiled suggestion he may try again for the top job.
It came as the new PM’s popularity plunged in a new poll of Tory members.
The PM fell from fifth from the top to sixth from the bottom.