The United Kingdom: the once and future king
Boris Johnson may be hoping for a comeback. All he has to do is hang onto his seat in Parliament, so he’s available when his despairing party turns to him again after being ejected from office by a landslide vote (he hopes) in 2024—or perhaps sooner.
Boris Johnson has scarcely bothered to turn up for work since he was forced to resign three months ago and had to stay on as a caretaker prime minister, writes Gwynne Dyer. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/Simon Dawson/No. 10 Downing Street