Six Conservative MPs are still in the race to be the next Tory leader and prime minister.
Here are the candidates who will battle it out in the second round of voting on Tuesday.
Ballots continue this week until two remain, when members of the wider Conservative Party will then get a chance to vote for their preferred choice.
Candidates had to have the backing of 17 MPs to make it through the first round.
Boris Johnson won the most votes – with 114, followed by Jeremy Hunt with 43.
Mark Harper, Andrea Leadsom and Esther McVey were eliminated after failing to get the necessary 17 votes.
Matt Hancock, who won 20 votes, later withdrew from the contest, pledging his support for Boris Johnson.
But where do the potential new prime ministers stand on key issues?
Here’s a quick guide to their positions on Brexit, Tax and spending, and Health and Education.
The popularity of individual candidates among the wider party members differs slightly to the ranking produced by the MPs’ first-round vote.
Before the first round, Boris Johnson was still a popular frontrunner, with more than half the vote, but Rory Stewart was much further up the pack, according to a poll of 1,512 Tory party members by the Conservative Home website on 12 June.
Of those still standing, some candidates have spent many years in senior positions, both as shadow ministers when in Opposition, or as ministers and in the Cabinet.
Candidates will continue setting out their positions and trying to win over more MPs in a series of presentations, known as hustings, ahead of the next round of voting.
The winner is likely to be announced during the week beginning 22 July.
As we wait for the next round to see whether allegiances shift and who will attract the votes of those who backed eliminated candidates, the bookmakers are also offering odds on the next leader.
Mr Johnson’s strong showing in the first round make him the odds-on favourite.
On Tuesday, 18 June BBC One will be hosting a live election debate between the Conservative MPs who are still in the race.
If you would like to ask the candidates a question live on air, use the form below. It should be open to all of them, not a specific politician.
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