A church in the Prime Minister’s Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituency held its election event last night but Mr Johnson did not participate.
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby were also criticised on social media for taking a photo with the Prime Minister.
The Prime Minister looks set to avoid an encounter with the BBC journalist, who has taken apart other party leaders including Jeremy Corbyn.
'He knew he was going to be elected. In Henley, you can put a blue rosette on a donkey and it will get elected.'
The Prime Minister told ITV's This Morning that while most people deserve another chance, some people can't be 'changed'.
Mr Johnson has faced calls to be interviewed by the forensic Andrew Neil, who subjected Jeremy Corbyn and Nicola Sturgeon to intense interviews last week.
The Labour leader has used the documents to suggest the NHS is “on the table” as part of a post-Brexit deal with the US, although this has been denied by Tories.
The Prime Minister had previously said terrorist Usman Khan was back on the streets because of laws introduced by a Labour 'leftie government'.
Speaking at a rally in Buckley, north Wales, Mr Farage told party supporters 'you may well be related to one of his many children'.
Boris Johnson’s Twitter account posted legal background about why the attacker had been let out of prison early on licence.
An urgent review is underway into every terrorist released from prison after Usman Khan killed two people on London Bridge on Friday.
The prime minister says the UK would 'not be cowed' after a suspect in a hoax suicide vest was shot dead after an attack that left several people injured.
The Prime Minister was made to squirm on a live LBC phone-in as the woman told Mr Johnson her children suffered from the stigma of his attitude.
Channel 4 did not deny suggestions Boris Johnson will be replaced by an icy version of himself.
Boris Johnson looks set to achieve a solid majority in next month’s general election, according to a major poll conducted by YouGov, the equivalent example of which in 2017 correctly predicted that Theresa May would lose her majority.
The Prime Minister is the only major party leader to have not confirmed a date for an interview with Andrew Neil.
Best for Britain has published an estimate that 117,314 Remainers would swing the result away from the Tory leader.