LONDON — The ambitious, mop-haired ex-mayor of London and a former commodities trader who likes to drink a lunchtime pint of beer were the two most powerful forces behind Britain's shock decision to quit the European Union.
Boris Johnson, tipped as Britain's likely next prime minister after David Cameron's decision to resign, was the most recognizable figure in the "Leave" campaign thanks to his cartoonish appearance.
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