Boris Johnson’s was the Prime Minister who promised to get Brexit done, who oversaw the UK’s response to Covid and who promised a levelling up agenda.
He was also forced to stand down in disgrace, laid low by a series of scandals that pointed to his dishonesty and lack of judgement.
Otto English - whose best selling book Ten Great Lies and How They Shaped The World included a chapter dedicated to Boris’s porkies - analyses his legacy.
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