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Tory leadership result: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt named as final two candidates

Independent Thursday, 20 June 2019
Michael Gove was eliminated by the tiny margin of two votes, after briefly breaking through into second place
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Michael Gove has emerged as the candidate most likely to challenge Tory leadership frontrunner Boris Johnson after beating Jeremy Hunt into second place. The ballot now moves on to the next stage, with MPs once again being asked to vote later this afternoon on who they want to make the final pairing....

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