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Tory leadership contest: Boris Johnson tops first ballot

BBC News Thursday, 13 June 2019
Tory leadership contest: Boris Johnson tops first ballotThree MPs are knocked out in the race to become the next Conservative leader and PM, as Boris Johnson secures the highest number of votes.
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News video: Boris Johnson launches his Tory leadership campaign

Boris Johnson launches his Tory leadership campaign 01:52

Boris Johnson has launched his campaign to become the next leader of the Conservative Party. During his speech in Central London the former foreign secretary said he was “not aiming” for a no-deal Brexit but “it was only responsible” to prepare “vigorously and seriously” for one. He...

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