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As the leadership election heads towards the end of its phoney war and into the parliamentary phase, it has already begun to be clear how this will pan out over the next few weeks. Rory Stewart, one of the candidates, started his campaign by saying he would unite the Conservatives but in almost the same breath, trashing his unity bid he then went on to say he wouldn’t serve in a Boris Johnson government, if he won.

At first I thought this was a one off but I have changed my mind as I have watched different candidates and their official and unofficial spokesmen take aim at other candidates and fire. I say other candidates, yet it is clear that one candidate in particular is the real target and...

As the leadership election heads towards the end of its phoney war and into the parliamentary phase, it has already begun to be clear how this will pan out over the next few weeks. Rory Stewart, one of the candidates, started his campaign by saying he would unite the Conservatives but in almost the same breath, trashing his unity bid he then went on to say he wouldn’t serve in a Boris Johnson government, if he won.

At first I thought this was a one off but I have changed my mind as I have watched different candidates and their official and unofficial spokesmen take aim at other candidates and fire. I say other candidates, yet it is clear that one candidate in particular is the real target and...

As the leadership election heads towards the end of its phoney war and into the parliamentary phase, it has already begun to be clear how this will pan out over the next few weeks. Rory Stewart, one of the candidates, started his campaign by saying he would unite the Conservatives but in almost the same breath, trashing his unity bid he then went on to say he wouldn’t serve in a Boris Johnson government, if he won.

At first I thought this was a one off but I have changed my mind as I have watched different candidates and their official and unofficial spokesmen take aim at other candidates and fire. I say other candidates, yet it is clear that one candidate in particular is the real target and...

As the leadership election heads towards the end of its phoney war and into the parliamentary phase, it has already begun to be clear how this will pan out over the next few weeks. Rory Stewart, one of the candidates, started his campaign by saying he would unite the Conservatives but in almost the same breath, trashing his unity bid he then went on to say he wouldn’t serve in a Boris Johnson government, if he won.

At first I thought this was a one off but I have changed my mind as I have watched different candidates and their official and unofficial spokesmen take aim at other candidates and fire. I say other candidates, yet it is clear that one candidate in particular is the real target and...