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Tory leadership contender Jeremy Hunt has said it is “all to play for” in the race against Boris Johnson to be the UK’s next prime minister.
He said his team had believed his chance to be “a very long shot” at the start, but that had changed.
The foreign secretary said he believed “so many people” had switched to support him after hearing him speak.
Meanwhile, Mr Johnson has been pledging his to support the “wealth creating sector” in the UK.
On a visit to a sausage factory in North Yorkshire, he said companies in the UK showed “incredible diversity and resilience”.
He added that boosting business was the “way to pay for great public infrastructure, social care, all the