Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak are under pressure to come up with plans to tackle the cost of living crisis.
Tory leadership frontrunner Truss said she would immediately reverse Sunak's National Insurance rise at an emergency budget.
The ex-chancellor told the Sunday Times 'you must be joking' when asked if he would quit his rural seat if he doesn't become prime minister.
One government minister said Sunak's remarks were among the 'weirdest - and dumbest - things I’ve ever heard from a politician'.
The foreign secretary, who looked visibly startled, said “oh, my god” before leaving the podium.
For the second time in three years, a tiny segment of the UK population will be electing the next prime minister.
Either Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak will be the next prime minister and they are both offering a different path for the UK.
The five remaining contenders in the race to be prime minister face a series of votes this coming week.
Pensioners are among those benefiting the most from Rishi Sunak's new cost of living support package.