Stop calling him Boris!

People are not happy with the media propogating the "cuddly" image Boris Johnson's nickname seems to convey


Cameron, Corbyn, Gove, May. Most politicians are referred to by the media and the public alike by either their full or last names – but there’s one notable exception.


Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson is invariably known by his chosen name, Boris.

But many believe that using Boris instead of Johnson – in newspapers, on TV and in everyday conversation – engenders an inappropriately “cuddly”, “loveable”, even “matey”, persona for a man who led Britain out of the EU and, until recently, had his eye on the country’s top job in politics.


And they want it to stop…