‘Thanks for not voting for me’ says Briton In France

William Tobin (right) with fellow candidates at the election count

A Brittany resident is claiming a “massive majority” after standing against Boris Johnson in the general election in the Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituency.

William Tobin told Connexion: “The number that heeded Mr de Pfeffel Johnson’s call to vote for him was 25,351, whereas the number that heeded my call not to vote for me was 70,369.”

Mr Tobin, 66, a retired ...

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