Boris Johnson has been selected as the Conservative candidate for Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituency in the next general election.
Despite rumours he may seek out a safer seat, Johnson allies have insisted he will remain where he is.
This comes at a time where he faces a number of controversies, including his appearance before the House of Commons Committee of Privileges and notable issues surrounding economic policy, taxation, Ukraine, Gary Lineker and the Northern Ireland protocol.
Boris Johnson has been re-selected as the Conservative candidate for Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituency in the next general election.
His allies have confirmed that he would remain in his current position even though there had previously been suggestions he might move to a safer constituency.
Johnson currently holds a 7,000-vote majority, but his seat is seen as a target for Labour in the upcoming election.
The former prime minister has been facing several controversies recently; however, he has remained tight-lipped about them.
He is due to appear before the House of Commons Committee of Privileges on Wednesday, where he will be questioned about lying to parliament, a claim he has previously denied.
Despite recent issues, Johnson's spokesperson emphasized that they were excited to continue working with Johnson and, "deliver for the residents and communities within the constituency, where he has strong connections and involvement."