For the fourteenth time in his life, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has won the Brighton and district Simon Says competition. Johnson has participated in the tournament since he was seven years old.
The Simon Says comp has been an institution In Brighton since the early 1900s. It involves people from all ages, occupations, income groups, religions, political affiliations, sexual preferences, sports and recreation, drug users, tobacconists and non-conformists.
Johnson won after a Hindu preacher slipped up in the final by mishearing the instruction from the group leader. A brave entry was made by a local fishmonger who only had one arm.