The former Prime Minister of Great Britain, Boris Johnson, will re-candidate to be elected as an MP in the next general election.

APA's British office reports that this information was confirmed by a source close to the former Prime Minister.

It has been reported that Johnson will stand for re-election in the Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituency at the next election, which is expected to be held in 2024.

He has been an MP for West London since 2015.

Boris Johnson defeated his opponents with a majority of 5,034 votes in 2017 and 7,210 in 2019.