FAR-LEFT activists will try to kick Boris out of the Commons as soon as he sets foot in No10.
Pro-Jeremy Corbyn supporters are launching a fresh drive to boot out the Tory PM hopeful at the next election.
They are kicking off a huge event in Boris’ Uxbridge and South Ruislip seat just days before he is expected to be revealed as Britain’s next PM.
The group will encourage their 40,000 strong membership to attend a mass canvassing event and drum up opposition to him on Sunday 21 July, the Independent revealed.
And activists will target Boris and swing voters on social media too.
At the 2017 general election Boris’ majority was slashed from 10,000 down to 5,000 as Labour saw a huge boost.
Becky Boumelha, a member of Momentum’s National Coordinating Group, said today: “From calling women who wear burqas letterboxes to endangering British nationals abroad and plotting to beat up journalists, it’s clear Boris Johnson isn’t fit to hold any form of public office, let alone become prime minister.”
They will be knocking doors with their Labour candidate, who is backed by the leftie group too.
Ali Malani said: “Our community deserves better, and as a local resident, community activist and prospective Labour MP I’m proud to be taking part in a campaign to unseat a potential sitting prime minister.”
The next election isn’t scheduled until 2022 but could be earlier if rebels bring down the Government to try and stop a No Deal Brexit.
If their plot succeeds he would be the first sitting PM to lose his seat while in office.