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4 Candidates Remain In Race To Replace UK Prime Minister Theresa May

Newsy Wednesday, 19 June 2019
4 Candidates Remain In Race To Replace UK Prime Minister Theresa MayWatch VideoAfter three rounds of voting, the number of candidates battling to become the U.K.'s next prime minister has been narrowed down again.

On Wednesday, the ruling Conservative Party chose four candidates to continue in the race to replace Prime Minister Theresa May, who officially resigned from her position as the...
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News video: Theresa May: I won't say who I'm backing for Tory leadership

Theresa May: I won't say who I'm backing for Tory leadership 00:32

Prime Minister Theresa May refused to budge when pressed on who she would like to see replace her in Number 10, as a reporter asked if she had backed Rory Stewart in the Tory leadership race.

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