Tory leadership contest: nobody likes a traitor

SEAN DEMPSEY

British Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice and Conservative Member of Parliament Michael Gove (L) arrives at a press conference to deliver a speech in Westminster, central London, Britain, 01 July 2016. Michael Gove joins, Theresa May, Stephen Crabb, Andrea Leadsom, Liam Fox as one of the five contenders in the Conservative Party leadership contest who have until 05 July 2016 to find support among the 329 Conservative Members of Parliament before the first round of voting. The Conservative Party leadership contest winner is to be announced on 09 September 2016.

Tory leadership contest: nobody likes a traitor


No one should want the brand of the favourite to become the next Conservative leader and British Prime Minister.

Gove has the stigma of a traitor

Each bearing this title has been eliminated from the contest.

Currently, two women are leading the contest for the leadership of the Conservative Party, as the former newspaper columnist and justice secretary Michael Gove is mired by the “double traitor” brand.

First Gove, 48, betrayed Cameron, backing Leave and personally convincing Boris ...


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