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Tory Leadership Contest Is Boris’s To Lose – OpEd

Eurasia Review Friday, 14 June 2019 ()
By Cornelia Meyer*

The political agenda in the UK during the last five to 10 years has been pretty much set and driven by one man. He is not a prime minister or leader of the opposition. His name is Nigel Farage. He is the “father of Brexit,” first with the UK Independent Party (UKIP) and now with his newly founded Brexit...
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News video: Tory Leadership Contest: Who Are They And What Do They Stand For?

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With ten candidates standing to be the next Conservative Party leader, we look at each politician’s experience and where they’ve stood on some key issues, including Brexit, the NHS and LGTBQ+ rights.

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