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who or what am I


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I was born on the 19th of June 1964 in New York City to my mother Charlotte and my father Stanley, better known as Johnny but born Osman Kemal. I spent my early years travelling around Canada with my parents, before settling in Oxford, England. It was here that my sister Rachel was born.

I attended Winsford Village School then Primrose Hill Primary. Then in 1971 my brother Jo was born. Then in 73 we all moved to Brussels. During my school years I developed a passion for Rugby. I also became fluant in French, Ancient Greek and Latin.

In 1975 we were sent to Ashdown House preparatory boarding school, where I was awarded a King's Scholarship to Eton College. It was here that I began using my current name rather than my birth name Alexander. Next was Oxford where I studied with the likes of David Cameron, and William Hague.

In September of 87 I married Allegra, and took a job at the Times then the Telegraph newspapers. But by 2001 I had launched my political carrier with the Conservatives as MP for Henley. Shadow Minster for the Arts and then Higher Education, until I took office in my current role in 2008 taking over from Ken Livingstone.

I like to think of myself as one of the people. I am controversial at times but with my unkept flowing white hair and BoJo nickname I was proud to be the 2nd Mayor of London, and more recently guiding the UK through the Coronavirus Pandemic.


Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson.

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