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The 2016 Conservative Party leadership election occurred as a result of Prime Minister David Cameron's resignation as party leader. He had resigned following the national referendum to leave the European Union. Cameron, who supported Britain's continued membership of the EU, announced his resignation on 24 June, saying that he would step down by October. Theresa May won the contest on 11 July 2016, after the withdrawal of Andrea Leadsom left her as the sole candidate.

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  • The 2016 Conservative Party leadership election occurred as a result of Prime Minister David Cameron's resignation as party leader. He had resigned following the national referendum to leave the European Union. Cameron, who supported Britain's continued membership of the EU, announced his resignation on 24 June, saying that he would step down by October. Theresa May won the contest on 11 July 2016, after the withdrawal of Andrea Leadsom left her as the sole candidate. Conservative Members of Parliament had voted initially in a series of ballots to determine which two candidates would go forward to a nationwide ballot of Conservative Party members for the final decision. Five Conservative MPs put themselves forward as candidates: Justice Secretary Michael Gove, Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb, former Defence Secretary Liam Fox, Minister of State for Energy and Climate Change Andrea Leadsom, and Home Secretary Theresa May. Former Mayor of London Boris Johnson, seen as the front runner by political analysts, surprised many commentators by choosing not to run after Gove withdrew his backing and announced his own candidacy. In the first-round ballot, May, gaining the support of half of Conservative MPs, was placed first with Leadsom in second place. Fox was eliminated on the first ballot; Crabb withdrew later that day. Gove was eliminated in the second round of voting. Before the Conservative Party members were due to cast their votes, Leadsom withdrew from the contest on 11 July. May was appointed party leader later that day, and Prime Minister on 13 July. She appointed Boris Johnson, Fox and Leadsom to her Cabinet, respectively as Foreign Secretary, International Trade Secretary, and Environment Secretary. If not for Leadsom's withdrawal, Conservative Party members would have directly elected a new Prime Minister for the first time. (en)
  • La elección del liderazgo del Partido Conservador en 2016 se produjo como resultado de la renuncia de David Cameron como líder tras el referéndum sobre la membresía de la Unión Europea, en el que el Reino Unido votó a favor de abandonar la UE. Cameron, que apoyó la membresía continua de Gran Bretaña en la UE, hizo su anuncio el 24 de junio y dijo que renunciaría en octubre. Theresa May ganó el concurso el 11 de julio de 2016, después de que la retirada de Andrea Leadsom la dejara como única candidata, sucediendo a Cameron como líder del Partido Conservador. Los parlamentarios conservadores votaron inicialmente en una serie de boletas para determinar qué nombres de los dos candidatos pasarían a una votación a nivel nacional de los miembros del Partido Conservador, quienes tomarían la decisión final. Cinco miembros conservadores del Parlamento se presentan como candidatos: el secretario de Justicia Michael Gove, el secretario de Trabajo y Pensiones Stephen Crabb, el exsecretario de Defensa Liam Fox, la ministra de Estado para Energía y Cambio Climático Andrea Leadsom y la secretaria de Interior Theresa May. El exalcalde de Londres Boris Johnson, visto como el favorito por los analistas políticos, sorprendió a muchos comentaristas al elegir no postularse luego de que Gove retirara su respaldo y anunciara su propia candidatura. En la boleta de la primera ronda, May, obteniendo el apoyo de la mitad de los diputados conservadores, se colocó primero con Leadsom en el segundo lugar. Fox fue eliminado en la primera votación; Crabb se retiró más tarde ese día. Gove fue eliminado en la segunda ronda de votación. Antes de que los miembros del Partido Conservador emitieran sus votos, Leadsom se retiró del concurso el 11 de julio. May fue nombrado líder del partido más tarde ese día y primera ninistra el 13 de julio. Nombró a Johnson, Fox y Leadsom para su Gabinete, respectivamente como secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores, secretaria de Estado de Comercio Internacional y secretaria de Estado de Medio Ambiente, Alimentación y Asuntos Rurales. (es)
  • L'élection à la direction du Parti conservateur de 2016 pour élire le nouveau chef du Parti conservateur à la suite de la démission de David Cameron après le référendum sur l'appartenance du Royaume-Uni à l'Union européenne qui a vu l'option du retrait l'emporter. Après le retrait d'Andrea Leadsom le 11 juillet 2016, Theresa May est la dernière candidate en lice et remporte ainsi l'élection. Elle succède à Cameron en tant que Première ministre du Royaume-Uni le 13 juillet suivant, le Parti conservateur disposant d'une majorité de sièges au sein de la Chambre des communes. (fr)
  • Pemilihan Ketua Partai Konservatif 2016 digelar akibat pengunduran diri David Cameron dari jabatan ketua sekaligus Perdana Menteri Britania Raya. Ia menyatakan pengunduran dirinya setelah hasil referendum keanggotaan Uni Eropa menunjukkan bahwa sebagian besar pemilih ingin keluar dari Uni Eropa. Para anggota parlemen dari Partai Konservatif memberikan suara dalam beberapa putaran untuk menentukan dua calon yang akan melaju ke putaran terakhir yang akan melibatkan semua anggota partai. Lima anggota mengajukan diri mereka sebagai calon, yaitu Menteri Kehakiman Michael Gove, Menteri Pekerjaan dan Kepensiunan , mantan Menteri Pertahanan Liam Fox, Menteri Energi Andrea Leadsom, dan Menteri Dalam Negeri Theresa May. Mantan Walikota London Boris Johnson dianggap sebagai calon unggul oleh para pengamat politik, tetapi ia mengejutkan para pengamat setelah ia memutuskan untuk tidak ikut dengan ajang ini, karena Michael Gove yang seharusnya mendukungnya tiba-tiba malah maju sebagai salah satu calon. Pada putaran pertama, May didukung oleh setengah anggota parlemen dari Partai Konservatif, sementara Leadsom menduduki peringkat kedua. Fox tersingkir pada putaran pertama, sedangkan Crabb mengundurkan diri pada hari itu juga. Gove tersingkir pada putaran kedua. Namun, Leadsom menyatakan mundur pada tanggal 11 Juli, sehingga May terpilih sebagai ketua partai pada hari yang sama. Ia kemudian diangkat sebagai Perdana Menteri pada tanggal 13 Juli. (in)
  • Dopo il Referendum sulla permanenza del Regno Unito nell'Unione europea del 25 giugno 2016, David Cameron annuncia le sue dimissioni da Primo Ministro e da Leader del Partito Conservatore che sarebbero state effettive le elezioni primarie che avrebbero dovuto inizialmente tenersi in ottobre, tuttavia le elezioni sono state anticipate in luglio anche per le pressione dell'Unione Europea per accelerare il processo d'uscita del Regno Unito dall'UE. (it)
  • 2016年イギリス保守党党首選挙(英語: Conservative Party (UK) leadership election, 2016)は、2016年7月に行われたイギリス保守党の党首を決める選挙である。結果、9月の決選投票を待たずして、テリーザ・メイの党首就任が決定した。 (ja)
  • 2016年英國保守黨黨魁選舉(英語:Conservative Party leadership election, 2016)緣由於2016年6月23日舉行的2016年英國脫離歐盟公投以「脫離歐盟」作結果,時任黨魁及英國首相戴维·卡梅伦其後宣布於2016年10月(或更早,若新黨魁在一個較早的日期當選)辭職所引發,選舉原定在2016年9月9日舉行。 由於保守黨現時是英國下議院的多數黨,因此獲勝者將幾乎肯定擔任首相,並出任此職至不遲於2020年5月7日舉行之下次大選,除非下議院在下投票通過決定提早解散國會或國會廢除上述法律。 大多數政治分析家對高文浩撤回支持鲍里斯·约翰逊參選保守黨黨魁,並在無任何事前通知前於6月30日提名自己出選而感到驚訝。隨後,於黨魁提名結束前幾分鐘,鲍里斯·约翰逊宣布不打算參選,雖然他在多數政治分析中持領先地位。 (zh)
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  • ;MPs *Peter Aldous, MP for Waveney *Lucy Allan, MP for Telford *Heidi Allen, MP for South Cambridgeshire *Stuart Andrew, MP for Pudsey *Caroline Ansell, MP for Eastbourne *Edward Argar, MP for Charnwood *Victoria Atkins, MP for Louth and Horncastle *Harriett Baldwin, Economic Secretary to the Treasury; MP for West Worcestershire *Stephen Barclay, MP for North East Cambridgeshire *Gavin Barwell, Whip (Comptroller of the Household); MP for Croydon Central *Guto Bebb, Minister for Wales; MP for Aberconwy *Paul Beresford, Chair of the Administration Committee; MP for Mole Valley *James Berry, MP for Kingston and Surbiton *Andrew Bingham, MP for High Peak *Nicola Blackwood, Chair of the Science and Technology Committee; MP for Oxford West and Abingdon *Crispin Blunt, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee; MP for Reigate *Karen Bradley, Minister for Preventing Abuse, Exploitation and Crime; MP for Staffordshire Moorlands *Steve Brine, MP for Winchester *James Brokenshire, Minister of State for Immigration; MP for Old Bexley and Sidcup *Robert Buckland, Solicitor General; MP for South Swindon *Simon Burns, MP for Chelmsford *Neil Carmichael, Chair of the Education Committee; MP for Stroud *James Cartlidge, MP for South Suffolk *Alex Chalk, MP for Cheltenham *Rehman Chishti, MP for Gillingham and Rainham *Greg Clark, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, MP for Tunbridge Wells *James Cleverly, MP for Braintree *Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, MP for The Cotswolds *Therese Coffey, Deputy Leader of the House of Commons; MP for Suffolk Coastal *Damian Collins, MP for Folkestone and Hythe *Oliver Colvile MP for Plymouth Sutton and Devonport *Stephen Crabb, MP for Preseli Pembrokeshire. Endorsed after his withdrawal from the contest. *Tracey Crouch, Minister for Sport, Tourism and Heritage; MP for Chatham and Aylesford *Byron Davies, MP for Gower *James Davies, MP for Vale of Clwyd *Mims Davies, MP for Eastleigh *David Davis, MP for Haltemprice and Howden *Caroline Dinenage, MP for Gosport *Michelle Donelan, MP for Chippenham *Oliver Dowden, MP for Hertsmere *Jackie Doyle-Price, Whip; MP for Thurrock *Flick Drummond, MP for Portsmouth South *Alan Duncan, MP for Rutland and Melton *Michael Ellis, MP for Northampton North *Jane Ellison, Minister for Public Health; MP for Battersea *Tobias Ellwood, Minister for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs; MP for Bournemouth East *Charlie Elphicke, MP for Dover *Graham Evans, MP for Weaver Vale *Nigel Evans, MP for Ribble Valley *David Evennett, Whip; MP for Bexleyheath and Crayford *Michael Fabricant, MP for Lichfield *Michael Fallon, Secretary of State for Defence; MP for Sevenoaks *Kevin Foster, MP for Torbay *Liam Fox, MP for North Somerset. Endorsed after being eliminated from contest. *Lucy Frazer, MP for South East Cambridgeshire *George Freeman, Minister for Life Sciences, MP for Mid-Norfolk *Mike Freer, MP for Finchley and Golders Green *Roger Gale, MP for North Thanet *Edward Garnier, MP for Harborough *Mark Garnier, MP for Wyre Forest *David Gauke, Financial Secretary to the Treasury; MP for South West Hertfordshire *Nus Ghani, MP for Wealden *Nick Gibb, Minister of State for Schools; MP for Bognor Regis and Littlehampton *Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Justice; MP for Surrey Heath *Richard Graham, MP for Gloucester *Helen Grant, MP for Maidstone and The Weald *Chris Grayling, Leader of the House of Commons; MP for Epsom and Ewell *Damian Green, MP for Ashford *Justine Greening, Secretary of State for International Development; MP for Putney *Dominic Grieve, Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee; MP for Beaconsfield *Andrew Griffiths, MP for Burton *Ben Gummer, Minister for Care Quality; MP for Ipswich *Sam Gyimah, Minister for Childcare and Education; MP for East Surrey *Robert Halfon, Minister without portfolio, MP for Harlow *Luke Hall, MP for Thornbury and Yate *Philip Hammond, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs; MP for Runnymede and Weybridge *Stephen Hammond, MP for Wimbledon *Matthew Hancock, Minister for the Cabinet Office; MP for West Suffolk *Greg Hands, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, MP for Chelsea and Fulham * Richard Harrington, Minister for Syrian Refugees; MP for Watford *Alan Haselhurst, MP for Saffron Walden *Oliver Heald, MP for North East Hertfordshire *James Heappey, MP for Wells *Peter Heaton-Jones, MP for North Devon *Damian Hinds, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, MP for East Hampshire *Kevin Hollinrake, MP for Thirsk and Malton *George Hollingbery, Whip; MP for Meon Valley *Kris Hopkins, Whip; MP for Keighley *John Howell, MP for Henley *Ben Howlett, MP for Bath *Nigel Huddleston, MP for Mid Worcestershire *Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Health; MP for South West Surrey *Nick Hurd, Minister for International Development; MP for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner *Margot James, MP for Stourbridge *Sajid Javid, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills since 2015; MP for Bromsgrove *Robert Jenrick, MP for Newark *Jo Johnson, Minister of State for Universities and Science; MP for Orpington *Andrew Jones, MP for Harrogate and Knaresborough *David Jones, former Secretary of State for Wales; MP for Clwyd West *Marcus Jones, Minister for Local Government, MP for Nuneaton *Simon Kirby, MP for Brighton Kemptown *Julian Knight, MP for Solihull *Kwasi Kwarteng, MP for Spelthorne *Mark Lancaster, Minister for Defence Personnel, Welfare and Veterans; MP for Milton Keynes North *Phillip Lee, MP for Bracknell *Brandon Lewis, Minister of State for Housing and Planning; MP for Great Yarmouth *David Mackintosh, MP for Northampton South *Kit Malthouse, MP for North West Hampshire *Alan Mak, MP for Havant *Tania Mathias, MP for Twickenham *Jason McCartney, MP for Colne Valley *Patrick McLoughlin, Secretary of State for Transport; MP for Derbyshire Dales *Huw Merriman, MP for Bexhill and Battle *Stephen Metcalfe, MP for South Basildon and East Thurrock *Maria Miller, Chair of the Women and Equalities Committee; MP for Basingstoke *Anne Milton, Deputy Chief Whip; MP for Guildford *Nicky Morgan, Secretary of State for Education; MP for Loughborough *David Morris, MP for Morecambe and Lunesdale *Wendy Morton, MP for Aldridge Brownhills *David Mundell, Secretary of State for Scotland; MP for Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale *Bob Neill, Chair of the Justice Committee, MP for Bromley and Chislehurst *Sarah Newton, Whip; MP for Truro and Falmouth *Caroline Nokes, MP for Romsey and Southampton North *Jesse Norman, Chair of the Culture, Media and Sport Committee; MP for Hereford and South Herefordshire *Guy Opperman, Whip; MP for Hexham *Priti Patel, Minister of State for Employment; MP for Witham *Mark Pawsey, MP for Rugby *Mike Penning, Minister of State for Policing, Fire and Criminal Justice and Victims; MP for Hemel Hempstead *Andrew Percy, MP for Brigg and Goole *Claire Perry, Minister for Transport; MP for Devizes *Stephen Phillips, MP for Sleaford and North Hykeham *Chris Philp, MP for Croydon South *Eric Pickles, MP for Brentwood and Ongar *Rebecca Pow, MP for Taunton Deane *Victoria Prentis, MP for Banbury *Mark Prisk, MP for Hertford and Stortford *Mark Pritchard, MP for The Wrekin *Will Quince, MP for Colchester *Mary Robinson, MP for Cheadle *Amber Rudd, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change; MP for Hastings and Rye *David Rutley, MP for Macclesfield *Antoinette Sandbach, MP for Eddisbury *Andrew Selous, Minister for Prisons and Rehabilitation; MP for South West Bedfordshire *Grant Shapps, MP for Welwyn Hatfield *Alok Sharma, MP for Reading West *Alec Shelbrooke, MP for Elmet and Rothwell *Chris Skidmore, MP for Kingswood *Chloe Smith, MP for Norwich North *Henry Smith, MP for Crawley *Julian Smith, Whip; MP for Skipton and Ripon *Nicholas Soames, MP for Mid Sussex *Anna Soubry, Minister of State for Small Business, Industry and Enterprise; MP for Broxtowe *Caroline Spelman, MP for Meriden *Mark Spencer, MP for Sherwood *Andrew Stephenson, MP for Pendle *Mel Stride, Whip; MP for Central Devon *Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness *Hugo Swire, Minister for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office; MP for East Devon *Robert Syms, MP for Poole *Maggie Throup, MP for Erewash *Kelly Tolhurst, MP for Rochester and Strood *Justin Tomlinson, Minister for Disabled People; MP for North Swindon *Anne-Marie Trevelyan, MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed *Elizabeth Truss, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs; MP for South West Norfolk *Tom Tugendhat, MP for Tonbridge and Malling *Ed Vaizey, Minister of State for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries; MP for Wantage *Robin Walker, MP for Worcester *Ben Wallace, Minister for Northern Ireland; MP for Wyre and Preston North *Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness *Helen Whately, MP for Faversham and Mid Kent *Chris White, MP for Warwick and Leamington *Craig Whittaker, MP for Calder Valley *Craig Williams, MP for Cardiff North *Gavin Williamson, MP for South Staffordshire *Rob Wilson, Minister for Civil Society; MP for Reading East *Sarah Wollaston, Chair of the Health Committee; MP for Totnes *Mike Wood, MP for Dudley South *Nadhim Zahawi, MP for Stratford-on-Avon ;Other Conservative politicians * Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, Minister for Transport and Countering Extremism * Nick Alston, former Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex * Gareth Bacon, London Assembly Member for Bexley and Bromley * Miles Briggs, MSP for Lothian (Region) * Alexander Burnett, MSP for Aberdeenshire West * Donald Cameron, MSP for Highlands and Islands (Region) * Jackson Carlaw, Deputy Leader of the Scottish Conservatives; MSP for Eastwood * Finlay Carson, MSP for Galloway and West Dumfries * Baroness Cumberlege * Ruth Davidson, Leader of the Scottish Conservatives; MSP for Edinburgh Central * Michael Dobbs, Conservative Lord, author of the original House of Cards novels * Ian Duncan, MEP for Scotland * Jacqueline Foster, MEP for North West England * Maurice Golden, MSP for West Scotland (Region) * Annabel Goldie, Leader of the Scottish Conservatives * Paul Goodman, ConservativeHome journalist and former MP for Wycombe * Jamie Greene, MSP for West of Scotland (Region) * Sajjid Karim, MEP for North West England * Timothy Kirkhope, MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber * Baroness (Michelle) Mone, founder of lingerie company Ultimo * Oliver Mundell, MSP for Dumfriesshire * Steve Norris, Former Transport Minister and London Mayoral candidate * Spencer Pitfield, Director of Conservative Trade Unionists * Nick Ramsay, AM for Monmouth * Councillor David Simmonds, Deputy Chairman of the Local Government Association * Baroness Stowell of Beeston, Leader of the House of Lords * Baroness Warsi * John Scott, MSP for Ayr * Annie Wells, MSP for Glasgow (Region) * Lord Young of Graffham ;Newspapers *Daily Mail *The Daily Telegraph *The Sunday Telegraph (en)
  • ;MPs *Robert Goodwill, Minister of State for Transport; MP for Scarborough and Whitby *Gerald Howarth, MP for Aldershot *Edward Leigh, former Chair of the Public Accounts Committee; MP for Gainsborough *Scott Mann, MP for North Cornwall *Paul Maynard, MP for Blackpool North and Cleveleys *David Nuttall, MP for Bury North *Iain Stewart, MP for Milton Keynes South *Robert Syms, MP for Poole (en)
  • ;MPs *Adam Afriyie, MP for Windsor *Henry Bellingham, MP for North West Norfolk *Nick Boles, Minister of State for Skills; MP for Grantham and Stamford *Conor Burns, MP for Bournemouth West *Alberto Costa, MP for South Leicestershire *George Eustice, Minister for Farming, Food and Marine Environment; MP for Camborne and Redruth *Michael Fabricant, MP for Lichfield *Suella Fernandes, MP for Fareham *Nick Gibb, Minister of State for Schools; MP for Bognor Regis and Littlehampton *John Hayes, Minister for Security; MP for South Holland and The Deepings *Andrea Jenkyns, MP for Morley and Outwood *Robert Jenrick, MP for Newark *Daniel Kawczynski, MP for Shrewsbury and Atcham *Jack Lopresti, MP for Filton and Bradley Stoke *Andrew Mitchell, former Chief Whip and Secretary of State for International Development; MP for Sutton Coldfield *Nicky Morgan, Secretary of State for Education; MP for Loughborough *Bob Neill, Chair of the Justice Committee; MP for Bromley and Chislehurst *Dominic Raab, Minister for Civil Liberties; MP for Esher and Walton *Jacob Rees-Mogg, MP for North East Somerset *Rishi Sunak, MP for Richmond (Yorks) *Anne-Marie Trevelyan, MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed *Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries; MP for Wantage *Shailesh Vara, Minister for the Courts and Legal Aid; MP for North West Cambridgeshire *Angela Watkinson, MP for Hornchuch and Upminster *John Whittingdale, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, MP for Maldon ;Other Conservative politicians *Shaun Bailey, London Assembly Member *Tony Devenish, London Assembly Member for West Central *Daniel Hannan, MEP for South East England *Louise Mensch, former MP for Corby; columnist and author *Lord O'Shaughnessy *Ross Thomson, MSP for North East Scotland *Adam Tomkins, MSP for Glasgow ;Members of other parties *Julia Reid, UKIP MEP for South West England ;Other individuals *James Delingpole, columnist and novelist *Toby Young, journalist and educationalist (en)
  • ;MPs *Nigel Adams, MP for Selby and Ainsty since 2010 *Jake Berry, MP for Rossendale and Darwen since 2010 *Crispin Blunt, MP for Reigate since 1997 *Nick Boles, MP for Grantham and Stamford since 2010 *David Davis, leadership candidate in 2005; Shadow Home Secretary 2003–2008; MP for Haltemprice and Howden since 1987 *Nadine Dorries, MP for Mid Bedfordshire since 2005 *George Eustice, Minister for Farming, Food and Marine Environment since 2013; MP for Camborne and Redruth since 2010 *Michael Fabricant, MP for Lichfield since 1992 *Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Justice since 2015; Chief Whip 2014–2015; Secretary of State for Education 2010–2014; MP for Surrey Heath since 2005 *Amanda Milling, MP for Cannock Chase since 2015 *Jacob Rees-Mogg, MP for North East Somerset since 2010 *Dan Poulter, MP for Central Suffolk and North Ipswich since 2010 *Jo Johnson, MP for Orpington since 2010 *Dominic Raab, Under Secretary of State for Civil Liberties since 2015; MP for Esher and Walton since 2010 *Nicholas Soames, MP for Mid Sussex since 1997 *Liz Truss, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs since 2014; MP for South West Norfolk since 2010 *Ben Wallace, MP for Wyre and Preston North since 2005 *John Whittingdale, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport since 2015; MP for Maldon since 1992 *Nadhim Zahawi, MP for Stratford-on-Avon since 2010 ;Other individuals *Louise Mensch, former MP for Corby 2010–2012, author and columnist (en)
  • ;MPs *Alun Cairns, Secretary of State for Wales; MP for Vale of Glamorgan *Kenneth Clarke, former Chancellor of the Exchequer; MP for Rushcliffe *Maria Caulfield, MP for Lewes *Steve Double, MP for St Austell and Newquay *John Glen, MP for Salisbury *Luke Hall, MP for Thornbury and Yate *Simon Hart, MP for Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire *James Heappey, MP for Wells *Simon Hoare, MP for North Dorset *Sajid Javid, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills; MP for Bromsgrove *Johnny Mercer, MP for Plymouth Moor View *David Morris, MP for Morecambe and Lunesdale *Mark Pawsey, MP for Rugby *Andrew Selous, Minister for Prisons and Rehabilitation; MP for South West Bedfordshire *Chris Skidmore, MP for Kingswood *Chloe Smith, MP for Norwich North *Gary Streeter, MP for South West Devon *Julian Sturdy, MP for York Outer *Edward Timpson, Minister of State for Children and Families; MP for Crewe and Nantwich *Justin Tomlinson, Minister for Disabled People; MP for North Swindon *Craig Williams, MP for Cardiff North *Mike Wood, MP for Dudley South *Jeremy Wright, Attorney General for England and Wales; MP for Kenilworth and Southam Other Conservative politicians * Andrew Boff, Leader of the Conservative Group in the London Assembly * Angela Burns, AM for Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire * Suzy Davies, AM for South Wales West * Russell George, AM for Montgomeryshire * Nick Ramsay, AM for Monmouth (en)
  • ;MPs *Nigel Adams, MP for Selby and Ainsty *Steve Baker, MP for Wycombe *John Baron, MP for Basildon and Billericay *Julian Brazier, Minister for Reserves; MP for Canterbury *Andrew Bridgen, MP for North West Leicestershire *David Burrowes, MP for Enfield Southgate *Bill Cash, MP for Stone *Maria Caulfield, MP for Lewes *Philip Davies, MP for Shipley *Nadine Dorries, MP for Mid Bedfordshire *Steve Double, MP for St Austell and Newquay *Richard Drax, MP for South Dorset *James Duddridge, MP for Rochford and Southend East *Iain Duncan Smith, MP for Chingford and Woodford Green and former Leader of the Conservative Party *James Gray, MP for North Wiltshire *Chris Green, MP for Bolton West *Chris Heaton-Harris, MP for Daventry *Gordon Henderson, MP for Sittingbourne and Sheppey *Philip Hollobone, MP for Kettering *Stewart Jackson, MP for Peterborough *Bernard Jenkin, Chair of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee; MP for Harwich and North Essex *Boris Johnson, former Mayor of London, MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip *Edward Leigh, former Chair of the Public Accounts Committee; MP for Gainsborough *Charlotte Leslie, MP for Bristol North West *Julian Lewis, Chair of the Defence Committee; MP for New Forest East *Peter Lilley, MP for Hitchin and Harpenden *Tim Loughton, MP for East Worthing and Shoreham *Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch *Karl McCartney, MP for Lincoln *Stephen McPartland, MP for Stevenage *Penny Mordaunt, Minister of State for the Armed Forces; MP for Portsmouth North *Anne Marie Morris, MP for Newton Abbot *James Morris, MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis *David Mowat, MP for Warrington South *Sheryll Murray, MP for South East Cornwall *Andrew Murrison, MP for South West Wiltshire *David Nuttall, MP for Bury North *Neil Parish, Chair of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee; MP for Tiverton and Honiton *Owen Paterson, MP for North Shropshire *Dan Poulter, MP for Central Suffolk and North Ipswich *Tom Pursglove, MP for Corby *Jacob Rees-Mogg, MP for North East Somerset *John Redwood, MP for Wokingham *Laurence Robertson, MP for Tewkesbury *Andrew Rosindell, MP for Romford *Henry Smith, MP for Crawley *Bob Stewart, MP for Beckenham *Desmond Swayne, Minister for International Development; MP for New Forest West *Michael Tomlinson, MP for Mid Dorset and North Poole *Craig Tracey, MP for North Warwickshire *Martin Vickers, MP for Cleethorpes *Theresa Villiers, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland; MP for Chipping Barnet *Heather Wheeler, MP for South Derbyshire *William Wragg, MP for Hazel Grove ;Other Conservative politicians *Tim Bell, public relations advisor to Margaret Thatcher *Michael Howard, former Leader of the Opposition and former Home Secretary *Norman Tebbit, former Chairman of the Conservative Party ;Members of other parties *Suzanne Evans, former Deputy Chairman of the UK Independence Party *Nigel Farage, UKIP MEP for South-East England and former leader of UKIP *Nick Griffin, former leader of the British National Party, former MEP for North West England *Margot Parker, UKIP MEP for East Midlands *Anne Marie Waters, former UKIP member and Parliamentary candidate for Lewisham East in 2015, director of Sharia Watch UK and incumbent leader of For Britain ;Other individuals *James Delingpole, columnist and novelist *Gerard Lyons, economist *Louise Mensch, former MP for Corby; columnist and author *Allison Pearson, journalist for The Daily Telegraph (en)
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  • L'élection à la direction du Parti conservateur de 2016 pour élire le nouveau chef du Parti conservateur à la suite de la démission de David Cameron après le référendum sur l'appartenance du Royaume-Uni à l'Union européenne qui a vu l'option du retrait l'emporter. Après le retrait d'Andrea Leadsom le 11 juillet 2016, Theresa May est la dernière candidate en lice et remporte ainsi l'élection. Elle succède à Cameron en tant que Première ministre du Royaume-Uni le 13 juillet suivant, le Parti conservateur disposant d'une majorité de sièges au sein de la Chambre des communes. (fr)
  • Dopo il Referendum sulla permanenza del Regno Unito nell'Unione europea del 25 giugno 2016, David Cameron annuncia le sue dimissioni da Primo Ministro e da Leader del Partito Conservatore che sarebbero state effettive le elezioni primarie che avrebbero dovuto inizialmente tenersi in ottobre, tuttavia le elezioni sono state anticipate in luglio anche per le pressione dell'Unione Europea per accelerare il processo d'uscita del Regno Unito dall'UE. (it)
  • 2016年イギリス保守党党首選挙(英語: Conservative Party (UK) leadership election, 2016)は、2016年7月に行われたイギリス保守党の党首を決める選挙である。結果、9月の決選投票を待たずして、テリーザ・メイの党首就任が決定した。 (ja)
  • 2016年英國保守黨黨魁選舉(英語:Conservative Party leadership election, 2016)緣由於2016年6月23日舉行的2016年英國脫離歐盟公投以「脫離歐盟」作結果,時任黨魁及英國首相戴维·卡梅伦其後宣布於2016年10月(或更早,若新黨魁在一個較早的日期當選)辭職所引發,選舉原定在2016年9月9日舉行。 由於保守黨現時是英國下議院的多數黨,因此獲勝者將幾乎肯定擔任首相,並出任此職至不遲於2020年5月7日舉行之下次大選,除非下議院在下投票通過決定提早解散國會或國會廢除上述法律。 大多數政治分析家對高文浩撤回支持鲍里斯·约翰逊參選保守黨黨魁,並在無任何事前通知前於6月30日提名自己出選而感到驚訝。隨後,於黨魁提名結束前幾分鐘,鲍里斯·约翰逊宣布不打算參選,雖然他在多數政治分析中持領先地位。 (zh)
  • The 2016 Conservative Party leadership election occurred as a result of Prime Minister David Cameron's resignation as party leader. He had resigned following the national referendum to leave the European Union. Cameron, who supported Britain's continued membership of the EU, announced his resignation on 24 June, saying that he would step down by October. Theresa May won the contest on 11 July 2016, after the withdrawal of Andrea Leadsom left her as the sole candidate. (en)
  • La elección del liderazgo del Partido Conservador en 2016 se produjo como resultado de la renuncia de David Cameron como líder tras el referéndum sobre la membresía de la Unión Europea, en el que el Reino Unido votó a favor de abandonar la UE. Cameron, que apoyó la membresía continua de Gran Bretaña en la UE, hizo su anuncio el 24 de junio y dijo que renunciaría en octubre. Theresa May ganó el concurso el 11 de julio de 2016, después de que la retirada de Andrea Leadsom la dejara como única candidata, sucediendo a Cameron como líder del Partido Conservador. (es)
  • Pemilihan Ketua Partai Konservatif 2016 digelar akibat pengunduran diri David Cameron dari jabatan ketua sekaligus Perdana Menteri Britania Raya. Ia menyatakan pengunduran dirinya setelah hasil referendum keanggotaan Uni Eropa menunjukkan bahwa sebagian besar pemilih ingin keluar dari Uni Eropa. (in)
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  • 2016 Conservative Party leadership election (en)
  • Elección del liderazgo del Partido Conservador (Reino Unido) de 2016 (es)
  • Élection à la direction du Parti conservateur britannique de 2016 (fr)
  • Pemilihan Ketua Partai Konservatif Britania Raya 2016 (in)
  • Elezioni primarie del Partito Conservatore del 2016 (it)
  • 2016年イギリス保守党党首選挙 (ja)
  • 2016年英國保守黨黨魁選舉 (zh)
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