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Will Boris and Zac back Brexit?

If the London Mayor and his potential successor opt for 'Out' it could damage the Prime Minister

By Peter Kellner  

Conservative candidate for Mayor of London Zac Goldsmith (left) and Mayor of London Boris Johnson ©Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Who would have guessed. According to Lord Aschroft’s new book, David Cameron has always favoured Britain remaining in the European Union. I can offer some equally astonishing disclosures. Jeremy Corbyn is left-wing. Boris Johnson wants to be Prime Minister. Nicola Sturgeon would like to lead an independent Scotland. If…

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