LONDON (Reuters) – Some members of Britain’s Conservative Party have been issued with more than one ballot paper to vote for the next party leader, who will also become prime minister, the BBC reported on Saturday.
Ballot papers have been sent to about 160,000 Conservative Party members in the UK, asking them to choose between Boris Johnson, a former London mayor and foreign minister, and Jeremy Hunt, the current foreign minister, as their next leader and prime minister.
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The vote is due to close on July 22, with the victor announced a day later.
The BBC said it has learned that some members have received two ballot papers, citing one party insider as estimating that more than a...
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