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PM Boris forms a government

1/11 Boris Johnson. ...
2/11 Esther McVey. ...
3/11 Michael Gove. ...
4/11 Dominic Raab. ...
5/11 Amber Rudd. ...
6/11 Sajid Javid. ...
7/11 Jeremy Hunt. ...
8/11 David Davis.


Boris Johnson, former foreign secretary

Resigned from the cabinet over May’s Chequers plan last July. Has argued that a no-deal exit would reflect the result of the 2016 referendum. The former mayor of London was once seen as the “Heineken candidate” capable of reaching voters other Tories could not. But his star has waned among Tory MPs left unimpressed by his two years as foreign secretary.

His popularity among Tory activists would give him a strong chance of winning if he made the final shortlist, but he might be blocked by a determined “stop Boris” campaign already being planned by his critics. If successful, the move would anger many Tory activists.



Andrea Leadsom, former Commons leader

Resigned from the cabinet on the eve of the European elections, saying she no longer believed the government’s approach would deliver the Brexit referendum result the people voted for.

She showed her inexperience in the 2016 leadership election, withdrawing to leave May as the last candidate standing after making comments appearing to suggest she would make a better leader because she had children.


The former Commons leader has strong support among Brexiteers.




Sajid Javid, home secretary

Backed Remain in 2016 referendum despite his Eurosceptic instincts. Now a keen Brexiteer, and prepared to keep a no-deal exit on the table. Has consistently challenged May in cabinet meetings.

Ambitious and has a brilliant backstory as the son of Pakistani bus driver who came to the UK with £1 in his pocket. But appears to be suffering from the curse of being one of the frontrunners in the Tory race. His stock has fallen recently after what some MPs see as unforced errors such as his handling of migrants crossing the English channel and his decision to strip Isis schoolgirl Shamima Begum of her UK citizenship.




Jeremy Hunt, foreign secretary

Remainer who briefly supported a Final Say referendum on the Brexit deal after the 2016 vote. Now rejects the idea, and is seen as a born-again Brexiteer who also wants to keep a no-deal departure on the table.

His pitch would be as the candidate who could unite the Tories’ warring factions. Tory members might judge him too much of a Remainer. Critics worry that his long stint as health secretary could return to haunt him at a general election. Could benefit from a slide in Javid’s fortunes, but will not want to overtake him to become the frontrunner.




Michael Gove, environment secretary

Along with Johnson, headed the victorious Vote Leave campaign in the 2016 referendum. Even his critics admit he is one of the few successful departmental ministers since his surprise return to May’s cabinet in 2017, a year after she sacked him.

Has been a loyal and articulate promoter of the withdrawal agreement. Critics see this as in part an attempt to shed his reputation as an assassin who turned on Johnson to run for the leadership in 2016.

Gove’s refusal to join other Brexiteers in resigning from the cabinet might count against him among Eurosceptics. However, many of them are now coming round to his strategy of getting the deal “over the line” to save Brexit.




Dominic Raab, former Brexit secretary

Eurosceptic former chief of staff to David Davis, and followed his path by becoming and then resigning as Brexit secretary, complaining he was kept out of the loop by May and her civil service negotiator Olly Robbins. Displayed a grip on the detail while in the job, and impressed May allies in the 2016 referendum when he campaigned for Leave. But did not impress Brussels officials.

A fresh face, although his relative lack of cabinet experience could count against him. But a dark horse to watch in a leadership race. Has a big decision to make: will he back May’s deal if Johnson does, or decide to have clean hands and oppose it to the end, and potentially be on the losing side?




Matt Hancock, health secretary

[B]A new entrant in the leadership race and, at 40, could be the youngest candidate. A rare breed in the May government as a survivor of David Cameron’s regime: before becoming an MP in 2010, he was chief of staff to George Osborne. Impressed as culture secretary, as one of the few UK politicians to understand the digital era and power of the internet giants. Has also shown grip in a testing job since his promotion to health and social care secretary.

Smooth media performer who does not lack ambition. Described by some MPs as “a better version of Jeremy Hunt”, he is Remainer-turned-Leaver who could unite his fractious party. Has gone into bat for May’s deal when others kept their head down. Could be part of a “stop Boris” drive in which Johnson’s rivals try to share out MPs’ votes to keep him off the shortlist. Seen by some Tories as the leader after next.



Esther McVey

A Brexit supporter and former TV presenter, Esther McVey quit as work and pensions secretary last November in protest at Mrs May's withdrawal agreement with the EU.

Asked on Talk Radio whether she would run for leader, the MP for Tatton, in Cheshire, said: "I've always said quite clearly that if I got enough support from colleagues then, yes, I would, and now people have come forward and I have that support."



Priti Patel



Elected as MP for Witham in May 2010, she served as a minister in the Treasury and Department of Work and Pensions before being appointed international development secretary.

She resigned from the cabinet in 2017 after disclosures she had held a series of unofficial meetings with senior Israeli figures.

But she is admired on the right of the party for her strong pro-Brexit stance.




Penny Mordaunt


Penny Mordaunt became the UK's first female defence secretary in May this year after Gavin Williamson was sacked

With a background as a naval reservist, and having served as an armed forces minister under David Cameron, Ms Mordaunt seemed well prepared for the role.

The former international development secretary was a high-profile campaigner for the Leave campaign during the 2016 EU referendum and underlined her pro-Brexit credentials by backing Andrea Leadsom in the subsequent Conservative leadership contest. This time around, she is touted as a contender in her own right.



Sir Graham Brady


The long-standing chairman of the Conservative backbench 1922 Committee resigned his position shortly after Mrs May’s announcement and said he was considering running.

"I have been urged by a number of colleagues from across the party from inside Parliament, and outside, asking me to put myself forward as a candidate," he told the BBC. "Therefore, I have made the decision to stand down as chair of the 1922 Committee in order to ensure a fair and transparent election process.”

Sir Graham, knighted in the 2018 New Year Honours, has been a Conservative MP since 1997, chairing the 1922 Committee since 2010.



Amber Rudd


A leading cabinet Remainer, Amber Rudd resigned as home secretary in April last year over the Windrush scandal, after many people from Commonwealth countries who had legally lived in Britain for decades were wrongly classed as illegal immigrants and deported.

She returned six months later, replacing Esther McVey as work and pensions secretary, after an investigation blamed officials for the debacle.

She spearheads a 60-strong bloc of Tories called the One Nation Conservative Caucus, a group opposing a no-deal Brexit.

"The Conservative Party is entering a new phase and we here in this room are determined to shape that phase. Sometimes our voices aren't heard quite as vocally as they should be," she told the launch.




Rory Stewart


The former prisons minister was appointed international development secretary in early May, in a reshuffle that followed Gavin Williamson's sacking.

Although once a Remain supporter, he said he accepted Brexit but wanted "to reach out to Remain voters as well to bring this country together again".

"The only way I can do that is by moving beyond my brief and beginning to lay out, whether it's on climate change or any of these other issues, what I think it would mean to be a country we can be proud of," he told the BBC's Political Thinking With Nick Robinson podcast.



Liz Truss


A Brexit-friendly right-winger, the chief secretary to the Treasury has been making thinly veiled leadership speeches for some time.

The MP for South West Norfolk was the first woman justice secretary.

She caused a stir on social media in her earlier role of environment secretary when she told the Tory party conference in a dramatic voice that "we import two-thirds of our cheese. That. Is. A. Disgrace”
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I thought a seperate post might be better for this please post up if I have forgot anyone?

Maybe we should do a poll?
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Re: Leadership who is the next PM?

I see a few on there that 'drift with the tide' regarding Brexit.
Doubt I could trust anyone that can't make a decision and stick to it.


come to think of it, that rules out just about everyone above the position of door knob polisher and cushion arranger doesn't it
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Can one of the mods put a poll option in please.
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Re: Leadership who is the next PM?

It baffles me when they say there's lots of talent in the party,if there is i can't see it.
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Re: Leadership who is the next PM?

Of those only Rory Stewart seems potentially able to unite the party. Amber Rudd has already withdrawn.
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Of those only Rory Stewart seems potentially able to unite the party. Amber Rudd has already withdrawn.
They won't have him as he is a remainer.
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Re: Leadership who is the next PM?

I thought they were trying to put a stop to anyone pro brexit? which kind of rules out Esther McVey as I'm sure she said no deal was a prefered option.
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I thought they were trying to put a stop to anyone pro brexit? which kind of rules out Esther McVey as I'm sure she said no deal was a prefered option.
Boris is the favourite, Gavin, so no deal is now highly likely.
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Boris is the favourite, Gavin, so no deal is now highly likely.
Favourite he might be but 66% of favourites get beaten...
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Boris is the favourite, Gavin, so no deal is now highly likely.
Boris is favourite with party members, MPs could easily prevent him making it to the final 2.
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Boris is favourite with party members, MPs could easily prevent him making it to the final 2.
l suspect they will as he might be a real darling with party members but among Tory MP's he has plenty of enemies who see him as a ambitious , polarising , duplicitous and mendacious figure.
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l suspect they will as he might be a real darling with party members but among Tory MP's he has plenty of enemies who see him as a ambitious , polarising , duplicitous and mendacious figure.
Just an average MP then.
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Re: Leadership who is the next PM?

Boris might be the popular choice amongst the lower ranks and non-members, but he is considered total poison by the higher ranks and those-who-must-be-obeyed.

So I suspect it'll be someone dragged out from the darkness.
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Boris might be the popular choice amongst the lower ranks and non-members, but he is considered total poison by the higher ranks and those-who-must-be-obeyed.

So I suspect it'll be someone dragged out from the darkness.
It'll have to be someone from the right side of the brexit argument or the party will be irreparably damaged.
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It'll have to be someone from the right side of the brexit argument or the party will be irreparably damaged.
But they are already deeply damaged and until the make their way back to the middle ground of politics they will never get a overall majority again as hung parliaments and coalitions will dominate British politics for the foreseeable future.
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