That's the end of our live coverage from this evening's TV head-to-head.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt clashed on a number of key issues and, when asked, each appeared to struggle to praise their rival.
Among some of those key disputes were:
- Mr Hunt pressed his rival on whether he would quit if he failed to take the UK out of the EU by 31 October.
- In response, Mr Johnson said it was clear his rival was "not absolutely committed" to the deadline himself, calling him "defeatist".
Would they suspend Parliament?
- The pair also disagreed over whether they might be prepared to suspend Parliament to force through a no-deal exit - so-called prorogation.
- While Mr Hunt categorically ruled this out, Mr Johnson said he would "not take anything off the table".
UK ambassador row
- Mr Hunt said he would, if he became PM, not be forced into recalling the Sir Kim Darroch early.
- Mr Johnson declined to comment on the row, only asking Mr Hunt to rule out "extending his term out of sympathy".
A reminder that Tory members have begun voting, with the winner and next PM to be revealed on 23 July.
It will be the first time a sitting prime minister has been chosen by party members.