Tory leadership race: Who's left?
Seven candidates are proceeding to the second round of voting for the Tory leadership after Mark Harper, Esther McVey and Andrea Leadsom were eliminated. Take a look at the candidates left vying to..
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Reporters shout questions on drug use as Boris leaves home
Conservative leadership hopeful Boris Johnson was greeted by reporters shouting questions on whether he took cocaine when he left his South London home this morning. The former foreign secretary is..
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UK PM Candidate Johnson Dodges Questions On Past Drug Use
Boris Johnson, the frontrunner to succeed Theresa May as British Prime Minister, dodged a question about his past use of drugs on Wednesday.
Johnson saying that people want to focus on what..
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Gove answers questions on drugs during leadership launch
Tory Party leadership hopeful Michael Gove has insisted he is in the race to become the next prime minister "to win it" after his admission of cocaine use led to calls for him to withdraw. The..
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Michael Gove: I deeply regret cocaine use
Tory leadership hopeful Michael Gove said he was lucky to have avoided going to prison for cocaine use after he admitted taking the drug on several occasions around 20 years ago when he was a..
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Fin24.com | Tory rivals plot to stop Boris Johnson from winning power in UK Rivals to be Britain’s next prime minister are holding private talks over joining forces in an attempt to stop the pro-Brexit favourite, Boris Johnson, running... News24 3 days ago Also reported by • IndiaTimes • BBC News
'I'm in it to win it': Michael Gove insists he can still triumph in Tory leadership contest, despite row over cocaine use Environment secretary tries to keep campaign alive as he takes aim at Boris Johnson, saying next prime minister cannot be someone who 'hides in their bunker' Independent 6 days ago Also reported by • WorldNews
Tory leadership drugs scandal hits new low as SIXTH candidate for PM admits breaking law Andream Leadsom is the latest Tory law maker to admit illegal drug use this week as she joined list of party colleagues who happily flouted British drug laws. Daily Record 1 week ago Boris Johnson told to give 'clear answers' about past cocaine use Conflicting statements about drug use expected to come under scrutiny at Mr Johnson's campaign launch Independent 5 days ago Also reported by • BBC News
UK PM candidate Johnson dodges question on past drug use Boris Johnson, the frontrunner to succeed Theresa May as British Prime Minister, dodged a question about his past use of drugs on Wednesday, saying that people... Reuters 4 days ago Also reported by • BBC News Boris Johnson disliked in Scotland more than rest of UK as poll shows Brexiteer is tartan turn off The Tory MP is favourite to become next Prime Minister but only 13 per cent of Scots think that he would do a good job. Daily Record 1 week ago Gove takes aim at Johnson as 10 contenders vie for Tory leadership Michael Gove has issued a personal attack on his Tory leadership rival Boris Johnson in a bid to move attention away from his cocaine admission, as 10 candidates... Belfast Telegraph 6 days ago