London Mayor Boris Johnson has said that he has "absolutely" no plans to return to the House of Commons, after reports that a Conservative MP offered to sacrifice his seat for him to take on Prime Minister David Cameron.
Mr Johnson said being Mayor was the "best job in British politics and it's what I want to do".
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