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Tory leadership race: Sajid Javid dismisses Boris Johnson as 'yesterday's news' as he launches bid for No 10

Independent Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Home secretary denies Tory party is dogged by Islamophobia - as he pitches himself as the 'outsider' candidate who can reach lost voters
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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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