Never before has a party with no majority appointed a new PM

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The National
Never before has a party with no majority appointed a new PM

ONCE again, our Prime Minister will be chosen by the Conservative party, without the approval of the wider electorate. The candidates will be whittled down to two contenders by just 314 Tory MPs. Those selected will then be voted on by around 110,000 party members, 70% of whom are men, half are over 55 years old and a mere 17% are under 35.

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Never before has a party with no majority appointed a new PM