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Boris Johnson, Jeremy Hunt in Runoff for UK Prime Minister

Newsmax Thursday, 20 June 2019
Britain's next prime minister will be a man in his 50s who went to Oxford University - either Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt, the two finalists selected Thursday in a race to lead the governing Conservative Party.Johnson , a flamboyant former foreign secretary and ex-mayor of...
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Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt will battle to become the next prime minister after Michael Gove was eliminated from the Tory leadership contest in the final round of voting by MPs.

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