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Boris Johnson secures support of former Tory leadership rival Matt Hancock

Independent Sunday, 16 June 2019
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Tory leadership contender Boris Johnson is under pressure participate in a televised debate with other Tory leadership candidates, having remained relatively quiet throughout the leadership campaign. The former foreign secretary topped the first ballot this week, securing 114 votes, ahead of Jeremy...

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