Boris Johnson’s father applied for French Passport
Some media reported that the father of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson applies for French citizenship to maintain his ties with Europe after Brexit.
Stanley Johnson, a former MEP in the early 1980s, who voted Remain in the referendum, has requested to become a French citizen as his mother Irene was born in Versailles, Euro Weekly News reported.
The Sunday Times has claimed that a source close to the family told the paper that Mr. Johnson has applied so that his grandchildren can live and work in the EU after Brexit.
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