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Tory leadership debate: Jeremy Hunt attacks Boris Johnson for skipping TV hustings

Independent Sunday, 16 June 2019
'If he can't face five pretty friendly colleagues, how will he get on with 27 EU countries?'
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Rory Stewart came through the second ballot for the Tory leadership with 37 votes, but attracted attention for another reason once the debate began. Viewers noticed Mr Stewart had removed his tie early on in the discussion, leaving plenty baffled as to his motive.

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