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Jess Phillips was re-elected MP for Birmingham Yardley on Thursday with a 15.4 per cent increase in vote share, upping her majority to 16,574 votes.

As well as being an excellent MP, she's a sass queen on Twitter.

This morning Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was forced to deny he was launching a leadership bid following Mail On Sunday reports.

And Jess Phillips had a great idea.

She announced a plan to buy up all the "Boris for leader" domain names.

Although she quickly discovered, someone may have beaten her to it

BorisForPM.com is already been bought up.

Although, it's probably a little old - it still refers to BoJo as the London Mayor, a role he's not held for a year.

The static page says:

The only place to come to share your support for Boris - London's crazy Mayor!

That David Cameron fella is a right banana, who in their right mind would want that old teacake running the country? Not me your Honour, no sir, and not you either... That's why you're here, at the non-affiliated, unofficial, Strictly-Come-Dancing-On-Ice-Wheels, top of the pile BorisForPM.com.

Yeah!  He's such a silly guy, he's got funny hair and things!

And he rides a bike! A bike I tell ya, in this day and age! What a guy!

'Our' Boris, is Alexaneder Boris De Pfeiferlzburger Johnston The Ninth but there are other famous Boris's to whom we should all be aware;

It then lists four other Boris "to whom we should all be aware" and extracts from a 2012 quote when Boris again was denying a bid for leadership.

As I never tire of saying, my chances of becoming prime minister are only slightly better than being decapitated by a frisbee, blinded by a champagne cork, locked in a fridge or being reincarnated as an olive.

Another site, borisforleader.com, redirects to Trump's website.

The good news is (at time of publishing), borisjohnsonforpm.com, borisforpm1964.co.uk, borisfortoryleader.com, and borisforconservatives.com, www.boristhebuffoonforpm.com are all free domains to buy up to your heart's content.

Your move, Boris.

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