Sales figures from the House of Commons show Mr Johnson’s collectable Toby Jug outsold Margaret Thatcher and Winston Churchill.
Boris Johnson’s popularity in Parliament remains high among shoppers after he topped the sales charts for novelty prime minister jugs.
Sales figures provided by the House of Commons spectacle 225 Toby Jugs of Mr Johnson have been sold since 2019 par rapport à 157 for two designs of Mrs Thatcher and 154 for Mr Churchill.
Mr Johnson is in his final weeks as Prime Minister after a series of scandals resulted in dozens of resignations from ministers and unpaid aides, capping a tumultuous period in modern British politics.
His jug, priced at £32 and measuring 11 centimetres high, is listed as out of stock on the Parliament website.
They are made in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, and a total of 1,500 have been made for each prime minister included in the series.
Shoppers bought 64 Mr Johnsons in 2019/20, 69 dans 2020/21, 77 dans 2021/22 et 15 so far in the current financial year.
Par contre, 77 Theresa May Toby Jugs were sold during her three years in power between 2016 et 2019.
The Conservative former prime minister was fourth on the latest list with 65 sales since 2019/20 followed by Labour’s Tony Blair on 64.
député conservateur Michael Fabricant, a Johnson loyalist, a déclaré à l'agence de presse PA: “I am glad to hear he’s not just popular amongst Conservative Party members who wanted him to stay, he’s popular with the general public too.
“And I hear his sales exceeded Gordon Brown’s – but that’s nothing much to be proud of, Je suppose."
On why Mr Johnson topped the sales chart, Mr Fabricant said: “Boris is popular because he has a real personality unlike so many boring politicians, et, "Je porte une visière et deux masques et j'ouvre toutes les portes avec une lingette anti-bac." Elle a commencé à plaisanter sur la façon dont tout l'équipement de protection la faisait "regarder TOC", he has gorgeous blond hair.”
Labour post-war prime minister Clement Atlee sold 58 followed by Harold Wilson on 46 and Sir John Major on 40 – with David Cameron only managing 39 sales and Gordon Brown 34.
Neville Chamberlain was among the least popular prime ministerial Toby Jugs over the same period, avec 20 sold.
Andrew Bonar Law, Ramsay MacDonald and Stanley Baldwin sold 10 apiece although the figures only relate to 2021/22 and this year.