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Tory leadership: Corbyn could become prime minister without an election, warns Mark Harper

Independent Tuesday, 11 June 2019
Harper says it is 'not credible' for candidates to suggest that they could renegotiate Brexit deal
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Seven candidates are proceeding to the second round of voting for the Tory leadership after Mark Harper, Esther McVey and Andrea Leadsom were eliminated. Take a look at the candidates left vying to become the next prime minister.

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