Boris Johnson's Wikipedia page.The placeholder site began sending users to the under-fire Prime Minister’s entry on the online encyclopaedia over the weekend after being snapped up by Mark Rofe, 32, from Surrey.His stunt comes after PM Boris “Bozo” Johnson faced increasing pressure this week to resign, as he continued to insist he thought the May 2020 drinks party in his own back garden had been a work event.Detailing how he pulled off the cheeky website switch-up, Mark said: "Initially I wanted to register Liar.co.uk and put a website up with all the lies our Prime Minister has told, but the domain was already taken. "But I did see that the domain was available to rent for £299 a month on the domain platform Dan.com, so I shared the idea on Twitter and got a few people together to split the cost and redirected it to his Wikipedia page." Mark, who is the founder of Christmastrees.co.uk added “I wanted to do something that makes a serious point but in a humorous way, hopefully this achieves that.
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