Boris Johnson could become Business Secretary if the Conservatives win next year's general election, reports suggest.
Following the Johnson's announcement that he will seek to return to parliament next year, the Daily Telegraph report that he could fill the role of Business Secretary when his term as London Mayor ends in 2016.
Mr Johnson would be given an "over-arching role" in charge of infrastructure, the newspaper report.
David Cameron has welcomed Johnson's announcement as "great news", hailing the Mayor of London as one of his "star players".
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