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Every politician dreams of being able to pick their opponents. Boris Johnson is no different,  as he has to rely on his fellow Tory MPs to decide upon who deserves to stay in the race against him to be the next Prime Minister.

The Tory leadership frontrunner has particular reason to be interested in the results of today's second ballot of MPs as he has to face those who are still in the race in the BBC studio tonight to debate their contrasting visions.

Mr Johnson did not have to worry about his own status coming under threat, given that MPs have continued to swing behind him such as Damian Green, Tracey Crouch and recently ousted rival Andrea Leadsom. But he will be annoyed that Rory Stewart...

Every politician dreams of being able to pick their opponents. Boris Johnson is no different,  as he has to rely on his fellow Tory MPs to decide upon who deserves to stay in the race against him to be the next Prime Minister.

The Tory leadership frontrunner has particular reason to be interested in the results of today's second ballot of MPs as he has to face those who are still in the race in the BBC studio tonight to debate their contrasting visions.

Mr Johnson did not have to worry about his own status coming under threat, given that MPs have continued to swing behind him such as Damian Green, Tracey Crouch and recently ousted rival Andrea Leadsom. But he will be annoyed that Rory Stewart...

Every politician dreams of being able to pick their opponents. Boris Johnson is no different,  as he has to rely on his fellow Tory MPs to decide upon who deserves to stay in the race against him to be the next Prime Minister.

The Tory leadership frontrunner has particular reason to be interested in the results of today's second ballot of MPs as he has to face those who are still in the race in the BBC studio tonight to debate their contrasting visions.

Mr Johnson did not have to worry about his own status coming under threat, given that MPs have continued to swing behind him such as Damian Green, Tracey Crouch and recently ousted rival Andrea Leadsom. But he will be annoyed that Rory Stewart...

Every politician dreams of being able to pick their opponents. Boris Johnson is no different,  as he has to rely on his fellow Tory MPs to decide upon who deserves to stay in the race against him to be the next Prime Minister.

The Tory leadership frontrunner has particular reason to be interested in the results of today's second ballot of MPs as he has to face those who are still in the race in the BBC studio tonight to debate their contrasting visions.

Mr Johnson did not have to worry about his own status coming under threat, given that MPs have continued to swing behind him such as Damian Green, Tracey Crouch and recently ousted rival Andrea Leadsom. But he will be annoyed that Rory Stewart...