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Jeremy Hunt today accuses Boris Johnson of being a “bottler” as he fires the opening salvo in part two of the Tory leadership race.

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, the Foreign Secretary accuses his rival of dodging public debates until after many Conservative Party members have cast their votes, claiming he is afraid of being exposed to scrutiny.

Mr Hunt throws down the gauntlet to Mr Johnson to go toe to toe with him in a series of open hustings events and television debates to make it “a proper British competition”.

He also denies being the beneficiary of a “dirty tricks” campaign in the vote among Tory MPs, in which he narrowly beat Mr Johnson’s arch-rival Michael Gove.

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Jeremy Hunt today accuses Boris Johnson of being a “bottler” as he fires the opening salvo in part two of the Tory leadership race.

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, the Foreign Secretary accuses his rival of dodging public debates until after many Conservative Party members have cast their votes, claiming he is afraid of being exposed to scrutiny.

Mr Hunt throws down the gauntlet to Mr Johnson to go toe to toe with him in a series of open hustings events and television debates to make it “a proper British competition”.

He also denies being the beneficiary of a “dirty tricks” campaign in the vote among Tory MPs, in which he narrowly beat Mr Johnson’s arch-rival Michael Gove.

Last night...

Jeremy Hunt today accuses Boris Johnson of being a “bottler” as he fires the opening salvo in part two of the Tory leadership race.

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, the Foreign Secretary accuses his rival of dodging public debates until after many Conservative Party members have cast their votes, claiming he is afraid of being exposed to scrutiny.

Mr Hunt throws down the gauntlet to Mr Johnson to go toe to toe with him in a series of open hustings events and television debates to make it “a proper British competition”.

He also denies being the beneficiary of a “dirty tricks” campaign in the vote among Tory MPs, in which he narrowly beat Mr Johnson’s arch-rival Michael Gove.

Last night...

Jeremy Hunt today accuses Boris Johnson of being a “bottler” as he fires the opening salvo in part two of the Tory leadership race.

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, the Foreign Secretary accuses his rival of dodging public debates until after many Conservative Party members have cast their votes, claiming he is afraid of being exposed to scrutiny.

Mr Hunt throws down the gauntlet to Mr Johnson to go toe to toe with him in a series of open hustings events and television debates to make it “a proper British competition”.

He also denies being the beneficiary of a “dirty tricks” campaign in the vote among Tory MPs, in which he narrowly beat Mr Johnson’s arch-rival Michael Gove.

Last night...