British pol Boris Johnson - the United Kingdom bookies' favorite to replace Theresa May as prime minister - got into a nasty beef early Friday with his much younger, live-in gal pal, according to reports from the UK.
The vote, of all Conservative MPs, was the latest in the freakish process of choosing a leader of both party and country at the same time, de facto, if not de jure.
"Because we didn't see a situation where, as some had speculated, a very large number of votes might have transferred from say Boris Johnson to Jeremy Hunt".
The two leadership rivals were addressing senior Tory councillors in Westminster ahead of the first official members' hustings of the contest on Saturday.
The UK is due to leave the EU on that date, with or without Parliament backing the existing deal reached by outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May and other European leaders.
The results of the final vote will be announced on July 22.
Mr Aldous was yet to decide who he would back but said he was disappointed by Mr Gove's defeat.
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The ballot of MPs earlier on Thursday saw Home Secretary Sajid Javid eliminated from the contest.
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Mr Carney said "we should be clear" that if the European Union was to decide not to apply tariffs to the United Kingdom, they would have to also lower tariffs for the US, Canada and the rest of the world.
Former foreign secretary Mr Johnson secured support from more than half the Tory party in the Commons with 160 votes, while Mr Hunt had 77 votes and Mr Gove 75.
He then turned to journalism, but was sacked from the Times for making up quotes.
After entering politics, he was sacked from the Conservative Party's policy team while in opposition for lying about an extra-marital affair, but his sometimes shambolic personal appearance and disarmingly self-deprecating confidence allowed him to survive both gaffes and scandal.
Javid is a second-generation migrant to Britain, whose parents came from Pakistan.
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