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With one hand in his suit pocket and the other mussing his signature blond hair, Boris Johnson on Sunday took the riskiest gamble of his career: to oppose Prime Minister David Cameron by campaigning for Britain to leave the European Union. If the stars align for London's eccentric mayor and the voters agree with him in a June 23 referendum, his bet could help him win Cameron's job. A natural comedian known to all by his first name, the dishevelled Boris has expertly kept the nation guessing for years as to exactly how high he wanted to climb and what he would be prepared to do along the way.
Indian postman Chetram (L) delivers a parcel to a customer in a village in the Rajasthan district of Neemrana
London's FTSE 100 index of top companies and Paris' CAC 40 both shed 0.4 percent at the close while the Frankfurt DAX fell 0.8 percent.