Boris Johnson is about to publish his memoir.
Publisher Harper Collins tweeted the news and wrote: “We are pleased to share the news that HarperCollins Publishers has acquired former Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s memoir. @WmCollinsBooks – an imprint of HarperCollins UK – will publish the book. No publication date has been set.”
Arabella Pike, the publishing director of HarperCollins’ offshoot William Collins said: “I look forward to working with Boris Johnson as he writes his account of his time in office during some of the most momentous events the United Kingdom has seen in recent times.”
The book deal is reportedly worth more than £6m. The ex-prime minister, ousted from office only months ago, is looking for new income streams.
He will join former prime ministers such as Tony Blair and David Cameron who both wrote memoirs about their time as leaders of the country.
As there is no name foe the book yet people decided to name the book themselves.