The Boris Johnson Quiz

Guess the following facts about the UK's new Prime Minister
Quiz by TWM03
Last updated: September 4, 2019
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First submittedJuly 24, 2019
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Early life
His full name
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson
City in which he was born
New York City
English public school that he attended
Eton College
Oxford college that he attended
Balliol College
Political life pre-2019
His political party
Conservative Party
Constituencies he has been the MP for
Uxbridge and South Ruislip
Reason he was sacked from the shadow cabinet in 2004
Lying about an extramarital affair
Office he held from 2008-2016
Mayor of London
Previous holder of this office who he beat in two elections
Ken Livingstone
Organisation that he campaigned for the UK to leave
The European Union
Office he held from 2016-2018
Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
Deal made within cabinet regarding the UK's relationship with the EU over which he resigned from the above post
Chequers Deal
Prime Minister
Theresa May
Runner-up in the leadership campaign (effectively the campaign to become Prime Minister)
Jeremy Hunt
His campaign slogan
Deliver Brexit...
...Unite the Nation...
...and Defeat Jeremy Corbyn
... and also Energise
A tax cut for people earning over £50,000 per year
Leave the EU on 31st October "do or die"
Scrap the Irish backstop
Raise the threshold for paying National Insurance
An extra 20,000 police officers by 2022
Ensure that funding for schools is evenly distributed across the country
Chancellor of the Exchequer he appointed
Sajid Javid
Former Environment Secretary he appointed as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, making him effectively Deputy Prime Minister
Michael Gove
Level 81
Sep 4, 2019
Good idea for a quiz. The Chequers deal was just an agreement within the Cabinet; the EU was not party to it.
Level 70
Sep 4, 2019
You're right, thank you as I had misunderstood this.
Level 56
Nov 27, 2019
A tad out of date now but love the idea! More please! And an update to this if possible would be great.
Level 70
Nov 27, 2019
I'll probably update it after the election. Information might change pretty quickly between now and then. If he loses I will probably add something about the brevity of his premiership.
Level 76
Jul 8, 2022
How about updating this now that he's quit? (PS, probably better to have the May answer after the mayor answer to avoid fluking the former when answering the latter)