The Home Secretary is second, and Gove wins plaudits among the write-ins.
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Sajid Javid is now third.
In the wake of a day of leadership contest rumours, Theresa May extends her lead in our future party leader poll
Boris is second, Osborne third, and Paterson comes up on the rails to fourth.
Interview: Nicky Morgan – “As a Christian Secretary of State for Education, I will oppose secular, politically correct dogma”
Michael Gove’s successor upholds his reforms, opposes new grammar schools, dismisses Tristram Hunt as “vacuous”…and admires Henry VIII.
The former Environment Secretary sets out the alternative to joining the “new country” the Eurozone is set to form.
In his second big speech since leaving the Cabinet, he urges Cameron to trigger the process for Britain leaving the EU.
But the Conservatives need fundamental change.
Theresa May has her worst week as Home Secretary…yet is back as Party members’ top choice for next leader
Gove is up to third – but it’s still a two-horse race between the Home Secretary and Boris Johnson.
The text of my speech from yesterday evening’s debate on the future of the centre-right with Matthew Parris.
Like a latter-day Gladstone, the former Environment Secretary has come among us unmuzzled.
Post the announcement of his intended return to the Commons, the Mayor’s support is up by eight points.
May’s lead falls. Boris is static. Osborne stays in third. No big boost for Hammond.
Interview: Fox propounds his points-based immigration policy – and agrees it would mean a fall in family migration
The former Defence Secretary gives his view on quitting the EU, its appeasement of Putin, and the reshuffle – “what’s done is done”.
Also: PM stands by attacks on Cardiff government in visit to Royal Welsh Show; and Scottish businesses urged to make plans for rUK.
Interview: Michael Howard criticises the reshuffle – “I do think it’s a great pity that Michael Gove was moved.”
“If you are to introduce radical change and drive radical change it is inevitable that you will be involved in controversy and it is inevitable that you will be unpopular.”