Contacto was published in 2006 press releases when he was an associate chosen by Boris Henley.
It’s been 15 years, but the British press guarantees that Boris Johnson will still use the phone number available online in 2006.
As stated in it BBC, The telephone contact of the current British Prime Minister has been made public in press releases and has been on the Internet for years. Boris was, at the time, a deputy and education shadow minister elected by Henley.
However, Labor’s Rachel Hopkins warned that disclosing contact could have security implications and increase the risk of intimidation.
Lord Ricketts, a former national security adviser, said criminal gangs or states with “sophisticated cyber capabilities” could easily access the number. That is why he believes it is very important to change the phone number of someone who will hold a position like the Prime Minister.
Downing Street declined to comment on the case Thursday. Yesterday, the phone was disconnected, and the BBC added that whoever tried to call then asked for an automatic message to try or send an SMS later.
For the past few weeks, Boris Johnson has been criticized for using the personal phone in matters related to the government. Earlier this month, an exchange of messages with businessman James Tyson revealed the beginning of the epidemic in which the prime minister promised to “fix” a financial problem so that Tyson’s team could continue to grow fans in the UK for a long time.