1. Boris Johnson launches leadership campaign - watch live  Guardian News
  2. Boris Johnson launches UK leadership bid  The Punch
  3. Tory leadership: Boris Johnson says there can be no further Brexit delay  BBC News
  4. Rory Stewart can't help but tell the truth - that's why he has no chance in the Tory leadership race  The Independent
  5. The Tory contest shows that the Brexiters' dream is dying before their very eyes | Rafael Behr  The Guardian
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The papers focus on the Tory leadership campaign as the bookmakers' favourite enters the race.The papers focus on the Tory leadership campaign as the bookmakers' favourite enters the race.

Newspaper headlines: Boris Johnson to kick off leadership bid - BBC News

From the big tent home of London’s most famous comedy festival, Rory Stewart launched the only Tory leadership campaign that wasn’t a complete joke. For the first time, toward the end of two long days of madness, he was the first of his kind to stand behind a lectern with his name on, and refuse either to gild the truth, or to flat out lie. And right at the end, it was theFrom the big tent home of London’s most famous comedy festival, Rory Stewart launched the only Tory leadership campaign that wasn’t a complete joke. For the first time, toward the end of two long

Rory Stewart can’t help but tell the truth – that’s why he has no chance in the Tory leadership race | The Independent

And the economy will play a decisive role as Britain goes to the pollsAnd the economy will play a decisive role as Britain goes to the polls

Terrified Tories need to stop deluding themselves that they can avoid a general election 

“While I would prefer to leave the EU with a better deal, we must not rule out no deal. If ultimately it came to a choice between no deal and no Brexit, I would choose no deal. Labour’s plans to seize control of the business of the Commons must be resisted. #ReadytoLead”

Michael Gove on Twitter: "While I would prefer to leave the EU with a better deal, we must not rule out no deal. If ultimately it came to a choice between no deal and no Brexit, I would choose no deal. Labour’s plans to seize control of the business of the Commons must be resisted. #ReadytoLead"

“Pro-Brexit JCB boss Lord Bamford and Remainer execs hail Boris Johnson as the man to ‘inspire’ Britain – @TheSun “Boris has what it takes to be a remarkable Prime Minister at a pivotal moment in our history.” #BackBoris https://t.co/EzP3FzGNnr”

Steve Baker MP on Twitter: "Pro-Brexit JCB boss Lord Bamford and Remainer execs hail Boris Johnson as the man to ‘inspire’ Britain – @TheSun “Boris has what it takes to be a remarkable Prime Minister at a pivotal moment in our history.” #BackBoris https://t.co/EzP3FzGNnr"

“Brexit news: Boris Johnson to launch Tory bid with Brexit delay vow | Politics | News | https://t.co/g5xPnh0rgy See my endorsement - 2nd half of this page. ⁦@BorisJohnson⁩ ⁦@Conservatives⁩ https://t.co/dvruLCLhF7”

Bernard Jenkin on Twitter: "Brexit news: Boris Johnson to launch Tory bid with Brexit delay vow | Politics | News | https://t.co/g5xPnh0rgy See my endorsement - 2nd half of this page. ⁦@BorisJohnson⁩ ⁦@Conservatives⁩ https://t.co/dvruLCLhF7"

“Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay latest big name Brexiteer to back Boris Johnson ahead of launch this morning. Also Therese Coffey who works for Michael Gove at DEFRA.”

Nick Eardley on Twitter: "Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay latest big name Brexiteer to back Boris Johnson ahead of launch this morning. Also Therese Coffey who works for Michael Gove at DEFRA."

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Boris Johnson likes to see himself as Winston Churchill. We know this because he wrote a whole book about him, and himself.“He was eccentric, over the top, camp, with his own special trademark clothes — and a thoroughgoing genius,” Johnson wrote about Churchill, and himself. “From his very emergenceBoris Johnson likes to see himself as Winston Churchill. We know this because he wrote a whole book about him, and himself. “He was eccentric, over the top, camp, with his own special trademark...

Kicking the bucket isn’t Johnson’s finest hour | News | The Times

Boris Johnson, the favourite to succeed British Prime Minister Theresa May, was criticised on Tuesday by rivals who said the former foreign minister was avoiding public scrutiny in the contest.Boris Johnson, the favourite to succeed British Prime Minister Theresa May, was ...

Where's Johnson? PM candidate criticised for avoiding scrutiny - Reuters

History shows that being the early favorite can be a curse in Tory leadership races.History shows that being the early favorite can be a curse in Tory leadership races.

Why Boris Johnson is no slam dunk for Tory crown – POLITICO

The EU has told Britain that a new Prime Minister will not be able to change the agreement on the country’s withdrawal from the EU. A European Commission spokesman made...A European Commission spokesperson said the ‘parameters of what is on the table’ would not change.

EU warns Britain it won't be able to change Brexit deal with new PM | Metro News

Andrea Leadsom, one of the candidates vying to replace British PM Theresa May, said on Tuesday she would seek a managed Brexit but that leaving the EU on October 31 was a red line.Andrea Leadsom, one of the candidates vying to replace British PM Theresa May, said on Tuesday she would seek a managed Brexit but that leaving the EU on October 31 was a red line.

‘Hard red line’: UK PM candidate Leadsom would seek Brexit on October 31 — RT Newsline

BRUSSELS is drawing up plans to use technology on the Irish border — despite rubbishing the idea when put forward by Brexiteers. Eurocrats will deploy “IT systems” to keep trade flowing between Ire…

Brussels draw plan for Irish border technology despite rubbishing Brexiteer’s same idea – The Sun

Ten politicians have passed the first hurdle to be Britain's next prime minister, with Brexit and threats of "no deal" dominating the race.Ten politicians have passed the first hurdle to be Britain's next prime minister, with Brexit and threats of "no deal" dominating the race.

British MPs pick among 10 hopefuls to be next PM

The contest to replace Theresa May as Britain's next PM heated up on Monday, with candidates lining up to define themselves against Boris Johnson.The contest to replace Theresa May as Britain's next PM heated up on Monday, with candidates lining up to define themselves against Boris Johnson.

Beating Boris Johnson: Race to replace Theresa May as Britain's prime minister begins - Firstpost

A cross party group of MPs has launched a bid that would hand the UK parliament control of the parliamentary agenda, which could help them block a no-deal Brexit in October.A cross party group of MPs has launched a bid that would hand the UK parliament control of the parliamentary agenda, which could help them block a no-deal Brexit in October.

Opposition parties launch bid to block a no-deal Brexit - Business Insider

Yesterday, the contest to succeed Theresa May as Conservative Party leader began. What should the winner do about Brexit? And how might last week’s commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day help in finding an answer?

An open letter to Boris Johnson (or whomever)... | openDemocracy