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Michael Gove at seventeen per cent

Michael Gove at seventeen per cent

A  Conservative Home survey of grassroots members showed that Theresa May has, for the first time, overtaken Boris Johnson as the top choice for next leader of the party.  The margin is narrow indeed: the Home Secretary gets twenty two point seven per cent of support, while the London Mayor has twenty-two point six per cent. But what is significant is that May's rating is up four points, while those of her rivals Johnson and Michael Gove, at seventeen per cent, are static.

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