MPs reject attempt to seize control of Commons agenda in latest attempt to prevent no-deal Brexit
Sajid Javid brands Boris Johnson 'yesterday's man' as rivals launch leadership bids
Labour has lost an attempt to block the possibility of any new prime minister forcing through a no-deal Brexit against MPs' wishes.
The home secretary positioned himself as a "new kind of leader", after Mr Johnson had pledged to end the Brexit "disillusion and despair" by taking the UK out of the EU on 31 October with or without a deal.
A shock poll suggested the Tory front-runner would win a general election landslide as prime minister.
The ComRes survey for the Daily Telegraph – which pays the former foreign secretary £275,000 for a weekly column – said Mr Johnson’s Tories would win 37 per cent of the vote, which the paper claimed would translate to a 140-seat majority following analysis by the Electoral Calculus website.
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