Gjudging by the fact that Boris Johnson has not been Prime Minister since September, he seems amazingly ubiquitous. Back home in London, he is still a favorite topic of the opposition, who want to hold him accountable not only for “Partygate”, but also for his Corona policy, an appeals affair with the smell of favoritism and state-funded legal advice that Johnson was awarded in his final weeks in office became.
Above all, however, he is present in the international press, which picks up on his chatter about Western Ukraine politics at regular intervals. At least the HarperCollins publishers, who dug deep into their pockets for Johnson’s memoirs, are happy about it. “Prime Minister memoirs that have never existed before” are to be expected, a publisher’s spokeswoman recently rejoiced.