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Untold Story of Boris Johnson - UK Prime Minister

 This is a brief  history of the new United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris  Johnson, he was born 19 June 1964. Johnson was born to British parents on 19 June 1964  more details coming soon.
the info continues, his birth was registered both with the U.S. Authorities and with New York City's British Consulate, thereby granting him both American and British citizenship.  His father, Stanley Johnson, was then studying economics at Columbia University. Johnson's mother is Charlotte Fawcett,  an artist from a family of liberal intellectuals. She had married Stanley in 1963, before their move to the United State of American. Furthermore, Johnson's paternal great-grandfather was the Circassia-Turkish journalist Ali Kemal who was a secular Muslim; on his father's side he also has English and French ancestry, including descents from King George II of Great Britain. Johnson's maternal grandfather was the lawyer Sir James Fawcett.  Johnson's mother is the granddaughter of Elias Avery Lowe, a paleographer, who was a Russian Jewish immigrant to the U.S.,  and Helen Tracy Lowe Porter, a translator of Thomas Mann. Through Elias, Johnson is descended from an Orthodox rabbi from Lithuania. In reference to his varied ancestry, Johnson has described himself as a one-man melting pot with a combination of Muslims, Jews, and Christians as great-grandparents. Johnson was given the middle name "Boris" after a Russian émigré his parents had once me.
Education: Johnson was awarded a King's Scholarship to study at Eton College, the elite independent boarding school in Eton, Berkshire. Arriving in the autumn term of 1977, Johnson began using the given name Boris rather than Alex, and developed "the eccentric English persona" for which he would become known.
He abandoned his mother's Catholicism and became an Anglican, joining the Church of England. Although school reports complained about his idleness, complacency, and lateness, he was popular and well known at Eton.  His friends were largely from the wealthy upper-middle and upper classes; his best friends were Darius Guppy and Charles Spencer, both of whom accompanied him to Oxford University and remained friends into adulthood. Johnson excelled in English and Classics, winning prizes in both, and became secretary of the school debating society, and editor of the school newspaper, The Eton College Chronicle.  In late 1981 he was admitted to the prestigious Eton Society, colloquially known as 'Pop'.  Upon finishing his time at Eton, Johnson went on a gap year to Australia, where he taught English and Latin at Timbertop, an Outward Bound-inspired campus of Geelong Grammar, an elite independent boarding school. now he  is a British politician serving as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since July 2019. He has been the Member of Parliament MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip since 2015, and was the MP for Henley from 2001 to 2008. He also served as Mayor of London from 2008 to 2016, and as Foreign Secretary from 2016 to 2018. Johnson identifies as a one-nation conservative and has been associated with both economically and socially liberal policies.

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