London (CNN)Jacob Rees-Mogg, the leader of a hardline Brexit bloc and one of the driving forces behind a push to remove British Prime Minister Theresa May, has hinted that he would support fellow Conservative politician Boris Johnson as a future leader of the party.
CNN’s Zahid Mahmood and Matt Wells contributed to this report in London.
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