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Michael Gove is narrowly voted out of the Conservative leadership race, with Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt facing members who will pick a new leader.
The Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid has tweeted to say he is "truly humbled" by the support he received from colleagues and Conservatives around the country during his bid to be the next prime minister.
He said the three remaining candidates "have earned their places in the final round" and he urged his party to get behind the eventual winner.
Mr Javid also said he hoped his campaign had encouraged others to "aim high", adding "you have as much right as anyone to a seat at the top table, to be ambitious for yourself, and to make your voice heard".
Boris Johnson, Jeremy Hunt and Michael Gove are voted through to the final round of the Tory leadership contest, with Sajid Javid eliminated.
The Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid has been eliminated for the race to become the next prime minister.
The home secretary only received 34 votes in the latest round.