AS if life wasn’t hard enough for him already, Boris Johnson is under fire from some of his own constituents in Uxbridge and South Ruislip.

Hundreds of them are signing a joint letter to him warning him that they will not be able to vote for him at the next election over the threat of a No Deal Brexit and the decision to prorogue Parliament.

The letter also warns the Uxbridge and South Ruislip MP that his controversial policies endanger the NHS, endanger peace in Northern Ireland and threaten the unity of the UK.

It is being drafted by the Harrow and Hillingdon European Movement, which describes itself as independent of any political party.

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Separately, more than 1,800 constituents have now signed an on-line petition condemning the plan to suspend Parliament.

Another online petition, signed by 8,200 constituents is calling for Article 50 to be revoked.

"The evidence from those two online petitions, from our current joint constituents' letter to Mr Johnson and from the European elections all points to a huge reduction in support for Brexit in the Prime Minister's constituency," said David Keys, secretary of Harrow and Hillingdon European Movement.