Boris Johnson, former mayor of London and Vote Leave leader, arrives for a press conference in London on Friday. Johnson is considered a likely successor to Prime Minister David Cameron, who announced Friday that he would resign after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
Boris Johnson, former mayor of London and Vote Leave leader, arrives for a press conference in London on Friday. Johnson is considered a likely successor to Prime Minister David Cameron, who announced Friday that he would resign after Britain voted to leave the European Union. Mary Turner AP
Boris Johnson, former mayor of London and Vote Leave leader, arrives for a press conference in London on Friday. Johnson is considered a likely successor to Prime Minister David Cameron, who announced Friday that he would resign after Britain voted to leave the European Union. Mary Turner AP

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June 27, 2016 9:26 AM