Dominic Raab has insisted that he is future Prime Minister that the European Union fears the most as he labels himself the anti-establishment candidate among the remaining seven Tory leadership candidates.
The former Brexit secretary - who came fourth in the first round of voting - appealed to Conservative MPs to put him into the final two candidates to face the membership next week.
In a wide-ranging interview on this week's Chopper's Brexit Podcast - which you can listen to easily by logging in or subscribing below - he said his focus in Government would be someone paid £15,000 a year, rather than £50,000 a year.
He also denied he had a "short temper" and said he could not speak about a non-disclosure...
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