After what feels like an eternity of candidates, Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson have seen off the competition and are the last two PM hopefuls.

The voting for the Conservative Party leader has opened to members of the party with 160,000 to vote to chose the winner. The candidate with over 50% of the vote will be declared leader of the party, and the next Prime Minister. 

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There were four rounds of voting that saw the likes of Esther McVey, Andrea Leadsom, Michael Gove and more eliminated.

Conservative Party members received their postal ballots between 6-8 July, with the final deadline falling the week ending Sunday 21 July. Each candidate’s spending will be capped at £150,000.

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The next prime minister will officially be announced on Monday, July 22.