Daily Mail ‘approaches Boris Johnson for column’

Daily Mail ‘approaches Boris Johnson for column’
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Boris Johnson has been approached by The Daily Mail to write a column for the paper when he leaves Downing Street, according to reports in The Guardian.

Johnson started his journalist career at The Times in 1987, and was fired for fabricating a quote, before moving to The Telegraph as Brussels correspondent, and then political columnist between 1989 and 1999. He then moved to The Spectator as an editor between 1999 and 2005, before being elected as an MP

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