Where's the emergency Brexit! PM and Boris share plane home from UN gathering
Theresa May will have the opportunity for an extended discussion with Boris Johnson about his views on Brexit when the pair share a seven-hour flight back to Britain from New York.
The Foreign Secretary had been planning to return separately from the United Nations General Assembly, but Mrs May's official spokesman confirmed that he would now join the Prime Minister on her RAF Voyager jet on Wednesday evening.
Mrs May and Mr Johnson met on Tuesday night for the first time since Mr Johnson published an explosive personal Brexit manifesto, when both attended a reception for Commonwealth leaders at the UN.
The PM's spokesman gave no details of any conversation that the pair had at the event.