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UK prime minister race narrows to Boris Johnson, Jeremy Hunt

Deutsche Welle Thursday, 20 June 2019
Former London Mayor Boris Johnson and Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt will face off in a Conservative Party runoff to become Britain's next prime minister. Michael Gove was eliminated by two votes.
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On Tuesday, Boris Johnson got a leg up in the race to become Britain’s prime minister. A member of Johnson's party, Andrea Leadsom, declared her support for Johnson, the clear favorite. The support came hours before the six Prime Minister contenders were due to be whittled down by the party’s...

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