Minister leaves door open despite Conservative members’ dislike of her Brexit stance

Amber Rudd has said she will not rule out running to succeed Theresa May as prime minister, despite her unpopularity with Conservative party members over her fight against a no-deal Brexit.

The work and pensions secretary said she was “leaving the door ajar” to a leadership bid, although she was not not particularly working on a campaign.

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