All of the candidates for Theresa May as leader of the British Conservative Party. There are ten candidates officially nominated, among whom were Michael Gove and Boris Johnson.
At the end of July, he must have known who to pass the torch to May took over as the new prime minister will be. Boris Johnson is once again the number one favourite.
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Each candidate had the support of at least eight Conservative members of parliament. Just as Sam Gyimah, who is in favour of a second referendum on the Brexit, was not done. He will fall down.
The Conservative members of parliament will have a number of votes to hold up to two candidates will be left. The first one is on the 13th of June, and it has been like for the following to be secret. The next rounds of voting will take place on the 18th, 19th and 20th of June. Its up to 125,000 party members are getting and then have the last word.
Whoever it is, he or she shall, in the first place-the Brexit to sign to get it. He still has to have a “good” ending is to be made. Johnson is not a good idea to do without a deal, the EU is to leave. However, if there is no other option, but it must be done. On the 31st of October.
Theresa May is a Friday, moved on as the party leader. Until her successor has been elected, she will remain as acting party leader and prime minister.
Here are the top ten candidates are:
- Boris Johnson, the minister of Foreign Affairs
- Jeremy Hunt, the minister for Foreign Affairs
- Michael Gove, the minister for the Environment
- Dominic Raab, the former Brexit-secretary
- Sajid Javid, secretary of state
- Matt Hancock, minister of Health
- Rory Stewart, the minister of Development
- Andrea Leadsom, a former leader of the House of
- Esther McVey, the former minister for employment
- Mark Harper, the former Chief Whip