Since the Old Etonian joined public life 30 years ago he has blustered, gaffed and offended his way up the ladder of power. As he runs for re-election, we look at 43 very personal reasons he should not be our Prime Minister.
Boris Johnson has been Britain’s Prime Minister for more than 100 days despite a lifetime of lies, outrage and scandal.
The Tory former journalist has decades of experience in rubbing people up the wrong way.ADVERTISINGinRead invented by Teads
Sometimes the results are reasonably harmless – or even funny.
But at other times, his behaviour has poisoned the well of democracy, raised questions over his honesty, and even endangered a British citizen in Iran.
You’ll have seen many of these 43 lies, gaffes and scandals before – but never all in one place.
While we’re not arguing they should, individually, have led to his sacking, the sheer weight shows a pattern of behaviour that shames our nation.
And they are a handy reminder of why you might want to think twice when heading to vote on December 12.