Conservative leadership race in UK

Five candidates are hoping to succeed David Cameron as Tory leader and UK prime minister.
Party members will choose from the two backed by most Tory MPs, with the winner due to be named on 9 September.
The contest has been sparked by Mr Cameron’s decision to step down as prime minster after the UK voted by 52% to 48% to leave the EU, in the June referendum.
The PM, who had campaigned strongly for a Remain victory, said “fresh leadership” was required as the UK negotiated its exit from the European Union.