We're pausing our live coverage of the Conservative Party leadership contest now, but before we go, here's a summary of what's happened today:
- Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss are the final two candidates hoping to succeed Boris Johnson after Penny Mordaunt was knocked out of the contest
- Sunak topped the vote with support from 137 Conservative MPs, followed by Truss with 113 and Mordaunt with 105
- The next stage will see 12 hustings across the country between 28 July and 31 August as 160,000 Tory members make their mind up, with their vote closing on 2 September
- The country's next prime minister will be declared on 5 September
- Before then, Sunak and Truss will go head-to-head at two live televised debates on the BBC and Sky News
- Earlier, Boris Johnson took part in his final PMQs where he said his mission was "largely accomplished", bowing out with the words, "hasta la vista, baby".
Today's page was written by Adam Durbin, Sam Hancock, Aoife Walsh, Richard Morris, Chas Geiger, James Fitzgerald, Marie Jackson, Marita Moloney, James Harness and Andrew Humphrey.
It was edited by Alex Therrien, Claudia Allen and Owen Amos.