Boris Johnson required to cancel Scottish vacation over security issues

    Boris Johnson was forced to abandon his Scottish holiday after his location was leaked.

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    Boris Johnson was required to desert his Scottish vacation after his place was dripped (Picture: Peter Jolly)

    Boris Johnson has actually returned from Scotland after supposedly being required to cut his vacation short over security issues.

    The PM had actually been holidaying with future husband Carrie Symonds, newborn child Wilfred and pet dog Dilyn in a remote three-bedroom home at Applecross, on Scotland’s north-west coast.

    However, security authorities informed Mr Johnson he was at threat after his place was dripped to the media, according to The Sun.

    Photographs of the prime minister’s home and a camping tent the set pitched in a neighboring field were sprinkled on the front page of the Daily Mail on Friday.

    Bodyguards felt the place was no longer safe.

    A source informed The Sun: ‘They had actually been camping in the garden of the home however the security hazard was excessive.

    ‘The tent could be spotted by a sniper from too far away for them to stay after the location was published.’

    Workers were seen getting rid of the camping tent at the website on Friday afternoon.

    Boris Johnson at Applecross.

    Boris Johnson at Applecross (Picture: Peter Jolly)

    Boris Johnson speaks with neighbours at Applecross.

    Boris Johnson talks with his neighbours while on vacation in Scotland (Picture: Peter Jolly)

    However, there appears to have actually been some confusion over where Mr Johnson pitched his camping tent.

    Kenny Cameron was left furious after finding out the PM set up the camping tent on his land without authorization, Mail Online reported.

    While the home was leased by Mr Johnson, the surrounding field is supposedly owned by Mr Cameron, who stated the PM climbed up over a wire fence to get to it.

    Tent at the cottage where Boris Johnson is staying at Applecross.

    The prime minister’s camping tent triggered some anger (Picture: Peter Jolly)

    The cottage where Boris Johnson is staying at Applecross.

    Bodyguards were worried the place was no longer safe (Picture: Peter Jolly)

    He stated: ‘Mr Johnson is indicated to be leading the nation and yet he is not setting a fantastic example.

    ‘Usually if individuals wish to go inside a fenced location, they request for authorization initially, however I was not asked at all. It is just respectful to ask.

    ‘He could have put up his tent in the garden of the cottage and there would have been no problem – but he didn’t do that.’

    The PM was holidaying with his fiancee Carrie Symonds and their son Wilfred.

    The PM was holidaying with his bride-to-be Carrie Symonds and their child Wilfred (Picture: Downing Street)

    Mr Cameron likewise grumbled that it was dangerous for Mr Johnson to have actually lit a fire in dry weather condition.

    Metropolitan Police officers supposedly apologised to Mr Cameron, stating that they and the PM thought the field belonged to the home.

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