BORIS Johnson has won the Conservative Party leadership election with twice the number of votes cast for his rival Jeremy Hunt.

The figures were:

Johnson: 92,153

Hunt: 46,656.

He will become Prime Minister after Theresa May steps down tomorrow.

You can read a full report here.


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