The Times report revealed that Johnson asked allies, donors and the team that helped him win the 2019 general election to lead his new campaign.
The report pointed out that Johnson’s return to the political arena will lead to further division in the Conservative Party, with at least 3 MPs ready to leave the party.
This comes when the chairman of the Treasury Committee in the British House of Commons Mel Stride announced his support for Rishi Sunak at the helm of the Conservative Party and the next British government following the resignation of Liz Terrace.
Stride said in a tweet on Twitter that Rishi Sunak will tackle the economy, bring the party together and put it back in the political competition.
On Thursday, British Prime Minister Liz Truss announced her resignation after the shortest and most chaotic term of any British prime minister.
Trass was forced to step down after his economic agenda damaged the country’s reputation for financial stability and made many people poorer.
The Conservative party has a large majority in parliament and does not need to hold a general election two years ago, and the party will elect a new leader, Britain’s fifth prime minister in six years, by 28 October.
Former Finance Minister Rishi Sunak and former Defense Secretary Penny Mordaunt are expected to participate in the race, but the race may also see Johnson’s return, who was ousted in July when his ministers resigned. in mass to force him to resign.