The race for the Conservative Party leadership is hotting up after the third round of voting by MPs.
There are now four Tory hopefuls jockeying for the chance to replace Theresa May after Rory Stewart was knocked out in the third ballot.
Dominic Raab was eliminated after the second vote.
Andrea Leadsom, Mark Harper and Esther McVey were knocked out from the race after failing to attract enough support from MPs to advance after the first round of voting - with Matt Hancock dropping out a day later.
Kit Malthouse, James Cleverly and Sam Gyimah withdrew before the first vote among Tory MPs, which took place on 13 June.
Click through the profiles below to see all the runners and riders.
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