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Boris Johnson Gains Ground Towards Prime Minister Job

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Boris Johnson Gains Ground Towards Prime Minister Job

Boris Johnson Gains Ground Towards Prime Minister Job

Reuters reports Brexiteer Boris Johnson gained ground on the position of the UK's Prime Minister on Tuesday.

The conservative former London mayor won 126 votes in the second round of a contest to replace departing Prime Minister Theresa May.

Johnson was the face of the official Brexit campaign in the 2016 referendum.

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