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Factbox-Now UK’s Boris Johnson has quit, who might replace him?

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By Andrew MacAskill and Kylie MacLellan LONDON (Reuters) – Who might replace Boris Johnson as Britain’s prime minister? Below is a summary of the entrants in a leadership contest triggered after Johnson announced on Thursday he was resigning. There is no clear favourite and the candidates are not listed in order of likely prospects. Candidates were formally nominated on Tuesday, and the first of several rounds of voting begins on Wednesday. CONFIRMED AS IN THE CONTEST: KEMI BADENOCH Elected to parliament for the first time in 2017, Badenoch has held junior ministerial jobs, including most rece…

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