Boris Johnson says he regrets giving up the 2016 Tory leadership race - The Guardian

Boris Johnson says he regrets giving up the 2016 Tory leadership race - The Guardian

Boris Johnson has admitted that he regretted the 2016 Tory leadership competition, but he does not say anything about his statements that Burkas-wearing women look like an article like mailboxes or bank robbers last summer.

The former foreign minister said on an LB radio that it is important for politicians to voice their opinions. He spoke of his "heartfelt" decision to step down from the leadership competition after Michael Gove entered the competition and compromised his chances.

Johnson said, "With hindsight, I might have done things differently if I had time again. I've been busy with heartfelt love ever since. "

When asked if the lack of sufficient support was the reason for the "filling" of the race, Johnson said: "There is no reason to cry over spilled milk, the key is to keep going and see where we are today, and today there is no vacancy. "

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