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WorldFrom the Blond bombshell who’s bookies’ favourite to the wealthiest man in the Cabinet: RICHARD KAY on the nine names in the frame to replace Theresa May

03:30  27 may  2019
03:30  27 may  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The backbencher was once the favourite to be party leader but was beaten by Cameron when it The 49-year-old is one of the wealthiest members of the cabinet . Born in Surrey and privately The new justice secretary will be another of the few northerners in the cabinet , born in Yorkshire, but

But the field in the contest due to take place in June and July is likely to be wide, with more than a dozen ministers, former ministers and backbenchers believed to be ready to run. Mr Johnson, the former foreign secretary, has long been the bookies ' favourite to replace Theresa May .

Blond bombshell who's bookies' favourite ... even if he didn't fare too well last time!

Boris Johnson, 54.

Pitch: Considering his reputation for extra- marital affairs, when he launched his campaign he could have used a less saucy phrase than saying it's time to put 'Brexit to bed'.

Boris is playing on the fact the many believe he's the only Tory who could beat Jeremy Corbyn in a General Election.

Also, promises to review the HS2 rail link if the billions could be better spent in the North. Would inject more millions into the NHS.

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Born in New York into a political family – brother Jo is a fellow MP and sister Rachel campaigned for the arch-Remain Change UK party last week.

A proven winner having been twice elected Mayor of London in a Remain-voting city – but that was before anyone believed he could be PM.

Brexit: Happy to leave the EU on October 31 with No Deal. But says: 'The way to get a good deal is to prepare for a No Deal. To get things done you need to be prepared to walk away.'

Supporters: Hardline Brexiteers such as Jacob Rees-Mogg, but also backed by his passionate Remainer MP brother Jo.

From the Blond bombshell who’s bookies’ favourite to the wealthiest man in the Cabinet: RICHARD KAY on the nine names in the frame to replace Theresa May© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Boris Johnson (pictured with his girlfriend Carrie Symonds) is playing on the fact the many believe he's the only Tory who could beat Jeremy Corbyn in a General Election

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Michael Gove, 51.

Pitch: Says he's the 'unity' candidate with the vision and grip from holding high office to secure Brexit and reverse the Tories' poll slump. His torpedoing of Boris Johnson's leadership hopes in 2016 will create electrifying tension between them. Wants to repay the faith his adoptive parents Christine and Ernest Gove, pictured with the Environment Secretary, placed in him by becoming PM.

Brexit: Supports Mrs May's deal – a key reason he's not a favourite of hardline Conservative Brexiteers. Claims the UK could survive No Deal.

Supporters: New Leader of the House Mel Stride, ex-minister George Eustice, and senior backbenchers Ed Vaizey and Tom Tugendhat.

From the Blond bombshell who’s bookies’ favourite to the wealthiest man in the Cabinet: RICHARD KAY on the nine names in the frame to replace Theresa May© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Michael Gove (pictured with his parents at their house in Aberdeen) says he's the 'unity' candidate with the vision and grip from holding high office to secure Brexit and reverse the Tories' poll slump

The wealthiest man in Cabinet

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In principle, the deal then has to pass through parliament early in December. Many think it could fall at this hurdle, resulting either in a challenge to May ’ s leadership, a general election or even a second referendum (with staying in the EU still theoretically an option, although that would mean extending

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Jeremy Hunt, 52.

Pitch: Says his business background makes him best qualified to negotiate a new deal with Brussels. 'Doing deals is my bread and butter. I've taken risks, I've employed people. ' Would reduce corporation tax to 12.5 per cent, which he says would turbo-charge the economy. 'This is a moment for hunger and ambition,' he says – but was he talking about himself or the country? Admiral's son Hunt was educated at Charterhouse, where he was head boy, and Oxford University. Sale of his Hotcourses education firm for £15million makes him the richest member of the Cabinet. Says his experience in taking a marginal seat also makes him a winner.

Brexit: A Remainer in the referendum, now says he's a 'born-again Brexiteer'. 'We can never take No Deal off the table, but the best way of avoiding it is to make sure you have someone capable of negotiating a deal.' Opposes a second referendum (a 'massive breach of trust').

Supporters: A raft of senior backbenchers. With a wife from China, they say he is 'as international as they come ... a fluent communicator in several languages'.

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From the Blond bombshell who’s bookies’ favourite to the wealthiest man in the Cabinet: RICHARD KAY on the nine names in the frame to replace Theresa May© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Jeremy Hunt (pictured jogging on Sunday) says his business background makes him best qualified to negotiate a new deal with Brussels

The 'details man' whose father fled from Nazis

Dominic Raab, 45.

Pitch: To build a fairer society and give the underdog a shot in life. His Czech-born Jewish father, whose family fled the Nazis, arrived in the UK aged six with no English. 'Britain gave him sanctuary and opportunity through a grammar school education and a great job at Marks & Spencer.' His dad died of cancer when Raab was 12. 'I was brought up with a sense of the precariousness of life.'

Would revive apprenticeships for 14- to 16-year-olds. Describes himself as a 'details-oriented man' whose politics have been 'instilled with a sense of stubborn optimism'. Offers to cut 1p off basic rate of income tax and raise the threshold for National insurance to £12,500.

Brexit: The former Brexit secretary insists he will not ask for a Brexit extension – preferring to leave with a deal but that it must be made clear to Brussels we will walk away on World Trade Organisation terms, if the EU does not budge.

Supporters: Include David Davis, who he succeeded as Brexit Secretary.

From the Blond bombshell who’s bookies’ favourite to the wealthiest man in the Cabinet: RICHARD KAY on the nine names in the frame to replace Theresa May© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Dominic Raab (pictured on the way to speak on the Andrew Marr Show on Sunday) says to build a fairer society and give the underdog a shot in life. 'I was brought up with a sense of the precariousness of life'

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Andrea Leadsom, 56.

Pitch: Says she's inherited her drive from her 'formidable' mother who, as a single parent after divorce, had three daughters under five to care for. 'She always drummed it into us – the world does not owe you a living; you've got to fight for what you believe in and never rely on a man.' Proud that her mother never claimed welfare benefits. 'It was tough but very formative.' Wants to lure younger voters and has made climate change policies central to her campaign. In 2016, she and Theresa May were the final two candidates, but Leadsom quit after appearing to suggest that as a mother she had a greater stake in the country than childless Mrs May.

Brexit: Would go with No Deal. 'To succeed in negotiation you have to be prepared to walk away,' she says.

Supporters: No Cabinet heavyweights so far, but several MPs such as Chris Heaton-Harris and Heather Wheeler.

From the Blond bombshell who’s bookies’ favourite to the wealthiest man in the Cabinet: RICHARD KAY on the nine names in the frame to replace Theresa May© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Andrea Leadsom (pictured today) says she's inherited her drive from her 'formidable' mother who, as a single parent after divorce, had three daughters under five to care for

Son of a bus driver from Pakistan

Sajid Javid, 49.

Pitch: Wants the Tories to be the party of social mobility –which is no surprise considering he has the most aspirationally successful back-story. Still to formally declare but an announcement is expected. Married to Laura, pictured, he is one of five sons of an immigrant Pakistani who came to the UK with just £1 and gained the nickname 'Mr Night and Day' because he worked 'every hour that God sent his way'. After stints in a Rochdale cotton mill and as a bus driver, Javid's father bought a small clothing store in Stapleton Road, Bristol. His young family were billeted in a two-bedroom flat upstairs. 'Three brothers were in one bedroom and myself and a younger brother were with my parents in the other.' Stapleton Road was once named 'Britain's worst street' by a Sunday newspaper, which dubbed it a 'lawless hellhole where murder, rape, shootings, drug-pushing, prostitution, knifings and violent robbery are commonplace'. Javid worked in the City before entering politics and becoming the first non-white Briton to hold one of three great offices of state.

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Brexit: A former Remainer – 'but with a heavy heart and no enthusiasm' – he backs Brexit. As such, better positioned than a staunch Leaver or Remainer to unite the party.

Supporters: MPs such as Robert Halfon and Chris Skidmore who believe his refugee family roots-to-riches personal story can reconnect the Tory Party with disaffected voters.

From the Blond bombshell who’s bookies’ favourite to the wealthiest man in the Cabinet: RICHARD KAY on the nine names in the frame to replace Theresa May© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Sajid Javid (pictured with wife Laura) wants the Tories to be the party of social mobility –which is no surprise considering he has the most aspirationally successful back-story

The young pretender

Matt Hancock, 40.

Pitch: The youngest candidate yet, so sees himself as the 'generational shift' choice. Promises to reboot the party by kicking out 'ugly politics'. Hancock, pictured with his wife Martha, vows to tackle low pay, create a culture for higher wages and no tax increases. Privately educated at The King's School, Chester, and Oxford University, he points out that he runs the world's fifth largest organisation – the NHS – with 1.9million staff.

Brexit: Says a general election would be 'disastrous' as it would risk putting Jeremy Corbyn in No10. Delivering Brexit depends on being 'brutally honest' about trade-offs 'between sovereignty and market access'.

Supporters: Former deputy PM Damian Green and ex-ministers Stephen Hammond and Tracey Crouch. Expected to get backing of his former Treasury boss George Osborne.

From the Blond bombshell who’s bookies’ favourite to the wealthiest man in the Cabinet: RICHARD KAY on the nine names in the frame to replace Theresa May© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Matt Hancock (pictured with his wife Martha at the NME Awards at the O2 Arena, Brixton, in February) is the youngest candidate yet, so sees himself as the 'generational shift' choice

The 'anti-Boris' pick

Rory Stewart, 46.

Pitch: The anti-Boris candidate, having already refused to serve in the Cabinet if Johnson becomes PM. Wants to build a stronger relationship between Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland by appointing a secretary of state for the union. One of the most privileged upbringings of all candidates (Hong Kong diplomat's son, Eton and then Oxford, where he once attended a meeting of the notorious Bullingdon Club). Maths and Latin tutor to princes William and Harry. Joined his father's old regiment, the Black Watch, before entering the diplomatic service.

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Brexit: Voted Remain in referendum but respects Brexit vote. Says No Deal would be 'damaging and dishonest.

Supporters: No big names yet.

From the Blond bombshell who’s bookies’ favourite to the wealthiest man in the Cabinet: RICHARD KAY on the nine names in the frame to replace Theresa May© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Rory Stewart (pictured arriving for the Andrew Marr Show on Sunday) is the anti-Boris candidate, having already refused to serve in the Cabinet if Johnson becomes PM

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Esther McVey, 52

Pitch: Warns that the Conservatives will be 'the last defence against one of the most toxic Labour leaders we have ever known,' adding that it will be a battle for 'the heart and soul of this country – hard socialism vs the people.' The daughter of a Liverpool scrap metal dealer, she spent her first two years in foster care with Barnardo's before being returned to her family. After school in Liverpool and university in London where she studied law, McVey spent ten years in broadcasting and was an on-screen reporter for GMTV. Has said: 'Most people will fall upon tough times at some point, but I want to give the message that anyone can succeed given the opportunity.' To attract 'blue collar' Tories, promises to axe the foreign aid budget and, instead, invest the money in policing and schools.

Brexit: A long-time Brexiteer, she wants a clean break from the EU – unless Brussels 'make a better offer'. Says tweaking Mrs May's deal is 'pointless'.

Supporters: Senior backbencher Philip Davies (her fiance) and four others.

From the Blond bombshell who’s bookies’ favourite to the wealthiest man in the Cabinet: RICHARD KAY on the nine names in the frame to replace Theresa May© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Esther McVey (pictured) warns that the Conservatives will be 'the last defence against one of the most toxic Labour leaders we have ever known'

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