The next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom will either be former Chancellor Rishi Sunak or Foreign Minister Liz Truss, both long-term allies of outgoing leader Boris Johnson, associates of the World Economic Forum, and representing a basic status-quo position rather than one of change.
Backbench committee leader Sir Graham Brady — on whom the responsibility for organising Conservative leadership battles falls — again appeared in a committee room of the Palace of Westminster to announce this, the final round of voting for parliamentarians in the race to replace Boris Johnson.
Mordaunt — 105 votes (+13)
Sunak — 137 votes (+19)
Truss — 113 votes (+27)
357 votes cast out of 358 eligible
One might very well say the Penny has dropped. Mordaunt, who had come second comfortably in round after round until now, was pushed into third place by Liz Truss, who comfortably picked up the most votes from Kemi Badenoch, who was eliminated yesterday. Sunak and Truss, having gained the most votes from Conservatives in Parliament, will now go on the ballot paper for a postal election of all Conservative Party members in the country at large…
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