2016年七尾中特全年资料

时间: 2019-11-17 13:02:42 2016年七尾中特全年资料 热te46t34fawtwe:99℃

It was the moment Boris Johnson finally exacted his revenge on Michael Gove for the treachery that cost him the keys to Number 10 three years ago.

By knocking his former Vote Leave running mate out of the Tory leadership race by just two votes, Mr Johnson and his supporters got exactly what they wanted - a contest against Jeremy Hunt, the rival they have already conveniently nicknamed “Continuity May”.

The final arithmetic appeared to support the theory that some ardent Boris backers may have lent votes to Mr Hunt in a bid to force out his arch nemesis with Mr Johnson finishing on 160 - just three more than the previous round, not least after five of Sajid Javid’s supporters had said they would...

It was the moment Boris Johnson finally exacted his revenge on Michael Gove for the treachery that cost him the keys to Number 10 three years ago.

By knocking his former Vote Leave running mate out of the Tory leadership race by just two votes, Mr Johnson and his supporters got exactly what they wanted - a contest against Jeremy Hunt, the rival they have already conveniently nicknamed “Continuity May”.

The final arithmetic appeared to support the theory that some ardent Boris backers may have lent votes to Mr Hunt in a bid to force out his arch nemesis with Mr Johnson finishing on 160 - just three more than the previous round, not least after five of Sajid Javid’s supporters had said they would...

It was the moment Boris Johnson finally exacted his revenge on Michael Gove for the treachery that cost him the keys to Number 10 three years ago.

By knocking his former Vote Leave running mate out of the Tory leadership race by just two votes, Mr Johnson and his supporters got exactly what they wanted - a contest against Jeremy Hunt, the rival they have already conveniently nicknamed “Continuity May”.

The final arithmetic appeared to support the theory that some ardent Boris backers may have lent votes to Mr Hunt in a bid to force out his arch nemesis with Mr Johnson finishing on 160 - just three more than the previous round, not least after five of Sajid Javid’s supporters had said they would...

It was the moment Boris Johnson finally exacted his revenge on Michael Gove for the treachery that cost him the keys to Number 10 three years ago.

By knocking his former Vote Leave running mate out of the Tory leadership race by just two votes, Mr Johnson and his supporters got exactly what they wanted - a contest against Jeremy Hunt, the rival they have already conveniently nicknamed “Continuity May”.

The final arithmetic appeared to support the theory that some ardent Boris backers may have lent votes to Mr Hunt in a bid to force out his arch nemesis with Mr Johnson finishing on 160 - just three more than the previous round, not least after five of Sajid Javid’s supporters had said they would...