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A wide selection to be sure. Very varied in social and economic standpoints.

I would put bets on Sajid Javid, Boris Johnson and Andrea Leadsom personally.

I wish Rees-Mogg was running, but he made it clear he won't.
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Rory Stewart for the win
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Theresa May is better than all of them tbh.
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A wide selection to be sure. Very varied in social and economic standpoints.

I would put bets on Sajid Javid, Boris Johnson and Andrea Leadsom personally.

I wish Rees-Mogg was running, but he made it clear he won't.
Boris Johnson is my bet, it is just a question of whether or not he gets to the membership ballot stage.
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It's not even a competition, BoJo will win it hands down. Amber Rudd was a contender before the whole Windrush affair (she will never see 10 Downing street except as a visitor) and Sajid Javid isn't the leader to guide us through Brexit.
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They're all a load of tossers but I would prefer Hunt or Javid
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Jacob Rees mogg, Michael Gove and Jeremy hunt are my least favourite tory politicians. But each to their own.
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A wide selection to be sure. Very varied in social and economic standpoints.

I would put bets on Sajid Javid, Boris Johnson and Andrea Leadsom personally.

I wish Rees-Mogg was running, but he made it clear he won't.
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Boris Johnson is my bet, it is just a question of whether or not he gets to the membership ballot stage.
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It's not even a competition, BoJo will win it hands down. Amber Rudd was a contender before the whole Windrush affair (she will never see 10 Downing street except as a visitor) and Sajid Javid isn't the leader to guide us through Brexit.
A hard-line Brexiteer like Bojo will likely lead to a no deal, however the fact he isn't afraid to tell the EU where to stick it, is actually a good thing.
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And who the flippinhell is Rory Stewart???
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Jacob Rees mogg, Michael Gove and Jeremy hunt are my least favourite tory politicians. But each to their own.
I don't like Gove or Hunt.

I disagree with a lot of Rees-Moggs social standpoint, but he made it clear that he would never let his religious views impact the freedoms of people in minority groups, such as transgender or gay people.

Economically he's essentially one of the best people for the job.

Hate him or love him, he's an incredibly smart man.
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My biggest problems with politicians is that many of them I feel can't relate to the average person.
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I don't like Gove or Hunt.

I disagree with a lot of Rees-Moggs social standpoint, but he made it clear that he would never let his religious views impact the freedoms of people in minority groups, such as transgender or gay people.

Economically he's essentially one of the best people for the job.

Hate him or love him, he's an incredibly smart man.
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The big names, particularly Boris, are the figures that have engaged in silly power games that have done so much damage to the Conservatives. That such unscrupulous characters are the favourites is a damning indictment of the state of the party and why they are going to find themselves in the political wilderness.
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Boris wrote a book on Churchill, why?
Churchill was out of touch with the working class, he played to the political class, and despised the Trade Unions.
Churchill could unite the country against a common enemy but divided the country in peace.

In as much as Boris as like him, and he has shown some similarities, such as his comments about Liverpool that he had to publicly apologise for, he should be avoided at this time.
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(Original post by TheRealSquiddy)
I don't like Gove or Hunt.

I disagree with a lot of Rees-Moggs social standpoint, but he made it clear that he would never let his religious views impact the freedoms of people in minority groups, such as transgender or gay people.

Economically he's essentially one of the best people for the job.

Hate him or love him, he's an incredibly smart man.
He is the only honest one.
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Mob of varied failures and spivs, don't think there's a half decent prospect among them, their level of disconnect with the public is mildly shocking.
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Out of all of them I would only want Jeremy Hunt. My ideal is Sajid Javid though.
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BoJo is an utter mad lad
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at least it can't get any worse, oh wait...

BJ, Mogg and Jeremy C

Good luck Britain, see you on the other side

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