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Ms Johnson said that her father is “en route to becoming a French citizen, as his mother had been born in Versailles and his grandmother had been in Paris”. Boris Johnson and his father Stanley are seen at a hustings event in Exeter, June 28, 2019. The most insightful comments on all subjects will be published daily in dedicated articles. The prime minister's family is famously split over Brexit.

I think he's a bit of ass but at least he voted remain and fair dos. It is hard to see the government dipping into its pocket to keep Camden and its ‘huddled masses’ happy. A source close to the Johnsons told the Sunday Times that they believe Stanley applied so his grandchildren could live and work in the European Union after Britain leaves the bloc. Boris Johnson sits next to his father Stanley (left) on the Bakerloo Line while mayor of London. Boris and Stanley on the campaign trail Credit: Twitter WHILST it is well-known that Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his brother and sister had opposing views over Brexit, his father, former MEP, Stanley has been quite protective of the PM even though he did vote Remain. "The Sun", "Sun", "Sun Online" are registered trademarks or trade names of News Group Newspapers Limited. Boris Johnson is today urging Britons to follow Government advice and stay at home ‘as far as possible’. Well, why not simply drop that stretch of line altogether? Boris Johnson's father Stanley is applying for a French passport to allow him to work and move freely throughout Europe after Brexit. For further details of our complaints policy and to make a complaint please click here.

The revelation came in the new book of Rachel Johnson - Rake's Progress - where she revealed her father is 'en route to becoming a French citizen, as his mother had been born in Versailles and his grandmother had been in Paris'. daily information to stay fit and healthy, Published: 16:09 GMT, 22 March 2020 | Updated: 07:43 GMT, 23 March 2020.

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View our online Press Pack. You can also join our readers' Facebook group to keep the discussion and debate going with thousands of fellow pro-Europeans. Stanley Johnson has been making the rounds on social media again this week following earlier revelations that he has applied for a French passport. Boris Johnson’s father is looking to become a French citizen to keep his close ties with the continent, it is claimed.

A source close to the family told The Sunday Times that Mr Johnson Sr has applied so that his grandchildren can live and work in the EU after Brexit.

Comments are subject to our community guidelines, which can be viewed, Europhile Stanley Johnson has applied to become a French citizen, Stanley, Rachel and Jo Johnson pictured as Boris was declared Tory leader, Boris Johnson asked if there's ever an 'urgent need' to go to the pub after father Stanley Johnson's coronavirus TV comments, Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO). Assuming the Bill is passed, notwithstanding the die-in-the-ditch efforts of some MPs most affected, like Frank Dobson, Michael Fabricant and Cheryl Gillan, a Special Committee of Parliament will be set up, since this is a hybrid bill.

Our journalists strive for accuracy but on occasion we make mistakes. From that article it's not actually clear that Stanley Johnson is entitled to French citizenship, much less his children or grandchildren.

BORIS Johnson’s dad Stanley is to apply for a French passport so he can maintain close ties with the continent.

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This made me laugh though: "A source close to the family told The Sunday Times that Mr Johnson Sr has applied so that his grandchildren can live and work in the EU after Brexit.".

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Are you sure you want to mark this comment as inappropriate? Login Register. Without having the benefit of specific legal advice at this point, I would hope that a Parliamentary  ‘petition’ could properly ask for measures of ‘mitigation’ to be included in the bill (better regulation of dust, noise, vibration etc. Yes, there might be settlement, but they had not so far fully researched the issue through boreholes etc. Stanley was  MEP for Wight and Hampshire East between 1979 and 1984 and had worked for the European Commission. In interest of transparency, I thought I ought to write to Conservative Home first! These things are always among the options — members of my family might be [interested].”. Yet in almost instances the compensation proposed is inadequate or, as in our case, non-existent.

It’s time to rein it back in. our side, to permit the construction of four ‘double-decked’ high-speed railway tracks. Asked about obtaining a French passport last year, Mr Johnson said: “It’s a nice thought. HS2, on present plans, is going to pass less than ten metres from my front door.

©2020 Conservative Home, All rights reserved, And that’s without taking into account  the cost of proper compensation in urban areas such as Camden which, by some calculations, could add another £6 billion to the budget. Our road – Park Village East in the London Borough of Camden – would be closed for long periods (months or even years at a time), while bridges and retaining walls were demolished and rebuilt.