london - The race has only three participants the leadership of the British Conservatives. Stephen Crabb, Minister for Employment and Pensions, pulled back Tuesday. He spoke immediately its support for the leading contender, his colleague Home Secretary Theresa May.
Crabb drew his conclusions from the first round of the Conservative Group Commons. He cited Tuesday only 34 votes. May generously won by 165 votes. The Minister for Climate and Energy, Andrea Leadsom, managed to gather 66 votes. Justice Minister Michael Gove was third with 48 votes.
The second round in the battle for the succession of outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday. Then again falls on a candidate, and the party may choose between the remaining two aspiring leaders.
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