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Tory leadership candidates: Ten contenders officially enter race to be next prime minister

Independent Monday, 10 June 2019
Ten candidates have formally entered the crowded race to be the next prime minister, after securing the backing of eight fellow Conservative MPs.
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Ten contenders in the Tory leadership race have been nominated to go through to the first round of voting by MPs, the joint acting chairman of the backbench 1922 Committee Dame Cheryl Gillan has said.

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