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Johnson, Gove, and Hunt, in battle, to the prime minister of United Kingdom

Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Jeremy Hunt, the last three candidates in the fray for the prime minister in the Uk, turns out to be Thursday, after a new round of voting within the Conservative y. Sajid Javid is a 34-vote-this-time.

The results of the fourth round

  • Boris Johnson: 157 votes
  • Michael Gove: 61 votes
  • Jeremy Hunt: the 59 votes
  • Sajid Javid: 34 votes

Johnson was Thursday, no less than 157 of 313 votes. That’s more than in the previous round. It was then that the ex-Brexit-the minister of 125 the voices. “I’m very grateful for that, but we still have a lot of work to do,” said Johnson, in an initial reaction to the voting results.

Gove, who is said to have a “civilized discussion about the future of our country,” with 61 votes, just two votes more than His Boxing. There will be two rounds of voting will be declared void.

Javid shows, in a written response to learn to be grateful for the support he has in the past few weeks it has received, and calls on the Conservative government to the winner of the vote, to support a team.

Truly humbled by the support I have received from colleagues, and Conservatives around the country. We ran to the windows, but I am incredibly proud of the race we have run together – #TeamSaj! Thank you

AvatarAuteursajidjavidMoment of plaatsen12:35 – June 20, 2019

The fifth round will follow on Thursday

Thursday afternoon following a fifth round of voting. As soon as there are two candidates who are allowed to around 160 000 by members of the Conservative party to decide on who the party leader should be. That person automatically becomes the new prime minister.

There needs to be a leader is to be elected due to the departure of the British prime minister, Theresa May. Even though she had her discharge been formally submitted, they will remain in office until a successor has been. There is a big chance that they will be succeeded by Johnson, who was already in the first round of the big favourites in the party.

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The improvement In this article was the first that Boris Johnson and Michael Gove, the final two candidates were. This has been changed as Jeremy Hunt is still in the race, Theresa May, to do the same.

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