Boris Johnson's personal mobile phone number has been found to be freely available online

The number, published on a press release in 2006, appears to have not been changed since.Last week officials denied that the prime minister had been told to change his mobile number.

It is understood there were suggestions within government that he should be less willing to pass on his contact details to external organizations.
Downing Street declined to comment.

Mr Johnson has come in for criticism recently over the use of his mobile phone.It was revealed earlier this month that he had a text exchange with businessman Sir James Dyson at the start of the pandemic, in which he promised to "fix" an issue with the tax system, so that Sir James's staff could stay in the UK long enough to build ventilators needed by the NHS.More details here>>>>

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