Tory MP has elected in the latest stage of their leadership race, along with the man who remains last set to be eliminated. The persisting field of four candidates will be peeled down to three in a secret ballot. The outcome is expected at about 13.00 BST. There will be a further additional vote for selection the final two, one of whom will be appointed leader by the party members. Borish Johnson acquired the third ballot with 143 votes, before of Jeremy Hunt, Michael Gove, and Sajid Javid. International Development Secretary Rory Stewart was kicked out of the contest on the evening , after he fixed the backing of just 27 Tory MPS.

Mr. Johnson is very sure for making the run-off of 160,000 or so conservative members who will elect the next Tory leader, as well as prime minister in a postal ballot, beginning in the next week. His campaign for being prime minister get authentication from Evening Standard editor and former Chancellor George Osborne.

Mr. Johnson claimed in the paper , “It is time we had some excitement back into politics” but added that “there’s also quite a serious job of work to be done ”.

But the competition of joining foreign secretary in the final two remains too close for communicating. The foreign secretary, Mr. Hunt, the foreign secretary, directed Mr. Gove by just three votes in the third round of polling, with 54 and 51 supporters respectively.  Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, acquired the fourth place with 38 votes. He has insisted he will not drag the race and it is all to play for. His camp is expecting to attract supporters of Mr. Stewart.

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