Boris Johnson refuses to answer questions over row with partner

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In a statement, the Metropolitan Police said: "At 00:24 on Friday 21 June, police responded to a call from a local resident in the SE5 area of Camberwell".

Police spoke to all the occupants of the address and confirmed that they were "all safe and well".

Police were called to the home of Mr Johnson and his partner after a neighbour heard screaming during an apparent row between the couple.

The neighbor claimed they attempted to check on the feuding lovebirds, but no one answered their knocks, leaving them no recourse but to call the cops.

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt will compete to become Britain's next prime minister in a runoff vote by members of the governing Conservative Party. "You have no care for money or anything", Symonds is quoted as saying by the newspaper.

Johnson continues to be the bookmakers' favourite to succeed Theresa May as Conservative leader and the UK's next prime minister, after holding on to a clear lead in several rounds of early voting by Conservative MPs.

Ex-foreign secretary and former London mayor Boris Johnson, the runaway favorite of Tory lawmakers, faced off with Jeremy Hunt, the current foreign secretary, at a Conservative conference in central England's Birmingham.

The Foreign Secretary has no doubt that Tory MPs voted for him on merit, and not because Mr Johnson wanted him in the final two as an easier opponent.

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"All the dark ops we have been hearing about don't cast a good light on politicians and they don't cast a good light on politics", she told BBC Radio 4's Today programme.

Johnson was being quizzed at the first live hustings for Conservative leader. "I think the one person who will most likely to put Farage out of business is Boris".

Last year, he and his wife Marina Wheeler separated after 25 years of marriage. "It was loud enough and angry enough that I felt frightened and concerned for the welfare of those involved, so I went inside my own home, closed the door, and pressed record on the voice memos app on my phone".

(Left to right) Charles Walker, Bob Blackman, Dame Cheryl Gillan, Nigel Evans and Geoffrey Clifton-Brown announce the results of the fifth ballot in the Tory leadership ballot at the Houses of Parliament.

He told Today: 'I'm pretty close to Mr Johnson and the operation and the campaign, and I just haven't seen it - I haven't seen it going on, I'm not convinced it's possible'.

"But I would do so with a heavy heart, because of the risks to businesses up and down the country and the risks to the union".

Mr Gove's decision to stand for the leadership in 2016 scuppered Mr Johnson's campaign and the wounds have not healed.

Johnson's spokesperson has refused to comment on the reports but it will lead to intense scrutiny over the former Cabinet minister's colourful private life.

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