U.K. PM May takes swipe at front-runner Boris Johnson

LONDON -- Outgoing British Prime Minster Theresa May has levelled a thinly disguised swipe at Conservative Party front-runner Boris Johnson as she underscored the necessity of character in taking on the country's top post.

May told the Daily Mail in an interview published Friday that the job of prime minister is not about power but about public service.

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