The youngest of the Johnson siblings, Jo, a Conservative MP and minister for universities, is in agreement with his father. Writing in the Guardian today (June 20), he warned students against a “leap into the dark,” asking:

Are your future job prospects brighter inside the world’s biggest free-trade zone, or under the cloud of uncertainty that would surely follow a British exit from the EU?


A tight race.
A tight race.
Image: YouGov

Also backing Britain’s membership of the EU is middle sibling Rachel, a journalist who was onboard the remain campaign’s flotilla during a bizarre face-off between the two sides on the River Thames last week. (Nonetheless, she’s said that she thinks Boris’s campaign has been “brilliant”.)

Which of the Johnson family will be celebrating on Friday is anyone’s guess: the latest indications from political research company YouGov suggest that leave’s lead last week has reversed, with the two sides now neck-and-neck in the polls.

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