Police sent to Boris Johnson's home in London

Police sent to Boris Johnson's home in London

'Police attended and spoke to all occupants of the address, who were all safe and well.

They heard screams followed by sounds of banging and claimed that, at one point, Ms Symonds could be heard shouting "get off me" and "get out of my flat".

In a statement, it said "there was no cause for police action".

"I would argue Bob, one quick way of assessing a person is to see how they stand up to the British Army's own published values and standards", James said.

It said that in the recording - heard by the Guardian, but not by the BBC - Mr Johnson could be heard refusing to leave the flat and telling the woman to "get off my laptop" before there was a loud crashing noise. You have no care for money or anything'.

Shortly after midnight on Friday, police were called to an address in south London where Johnson is living with his girlfriend.

The neighbour said that after becoming concerned they knocked on the door but received no response.

The Daily Telegraph also runs with the revenge theme and says Mr Gove's defeat came three years after he was accused of stabbing Mr Johnson in the back by reneging on a deal to manage his leadership campaign, deciding instead to run against him.

British Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Michael Gove was second with 61 votes and British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Jeremy Hunt was third with 59.

After the final lawmakers' ballot leaves just two candidates remaining, about 160,000 Conservative Party grassroots members are to vote on who will be their leader - and Britain's next prime minister - by the end of next month.

The final two candidates will now spend one month campaigning before the wider Conservative Party membership will be given the opportunity to vote and decide the victor.

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