Aide says Mr Gove would be prepared to spend 'two months taking a good thrashing from Theresa if that’s what it takes'
Next round of voting will place on Thursday and the following Tuesday until two candidates remain
'I’m delighted to have made my own personal contribution'
Mr Clarke was shown calling Theresa May a ‘difficult woman’ and dismissing the idea of Boris Johnson as PM ‘ridiculous’
Boris Johnson's former campaign manager says Justice Secretary behind stories leaked to press
A spokesman said Mr Gove accepts that candidates for the job of prime minister should be transparent about their income and tax affairs
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Home Secretary and leadership favourite Theresa May supported the Remain campaign, although she did not play a prominent role
Exclusive: The leadership contender is said to have angered the Chancellor when she was a member of Commons Treasury committee
Our chief political commentator John Rentoul charts the Prime Minister’s fall from power, day by day, from the moment the first results of the referendum started to come through
The small stakes at the Oxford Union make for viciousness, because the dividing lines are deeply personal. Gove’s move against Boris Johnson was as personal as it gets
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With all the space in British politics opening up before her, a lesser politician might have stumbled – but she strode to the lectern and declared that everything as far as the eye could see was hers
“I did almost everything not to be a candidate for the leadership of this party,” Mr Gove said, apart from standing for the leadership
In the end, the Daily Mail came out for Theresa May. This was not in the Goves’ plan
The Tory referendum victors are assassinating each other as they fight for party control