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UK PM candidate Javid says Boris Johnson is "yesterday's news"

Reuters Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Sajid Javid, one of the candidates vying to succeed British Prime Minister Theresa May, said his rival Boris Johnson was "yesterday's news" and that it was time for a new generation to take control of the Conservative Party.
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Tory leadership candidate Sajid Javid has described himself as "the change candidate" when asked to compare himself to Boris Johnson. The Home Secretary described Mr Johnson as "yesterday's news" during a question and answer session at the launch of his campaign in Central London. Report by Blairm....

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