Second leadership debate on ITV at 7pm
The Conservative leadership candidates face off in the second televised debate tonight as time runs out to make their pitches to their party.
Rishi Sunak - the bookmakers' favourite once again - takes on Penny Mordaunt, Liz Truss, Kemi Badenoch and Tom Tugendhat in an hour-long ITV debate from 7pm.
Mr Tugendhat was seen by the public to have won Friday's first debate, but there was no 'game-changing' moment despite hopefuls trading blows on tax and trans issues.
Tory MPs will vote again tomorrow and then on Tuesday, with the candidates who receive the fewest votes eliminated - leaving just three in the race by Tuesday night.
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Sunak seeks to regain momentum
Rishi Sunak, the former Chancellor, went into the campaign as the early favourite but this week found himself usurped by Penny Mordaunt’s run and attacks over tax from Liz Truss.
He confidently defended his record on Friday and accused Ms Truss of “fairy tales” on the economy, insisting there will be no tax cuts until inflation is brought under control. He still remains very likely to make the final two.
Will the Penny drop further?
Penny Mordaunt, the international trade minister, has faced a bruising week since she emerged as a surprise frontrunner and the initial favourite in grassroots polling.
She has sought to clarify her position on transgender issues - which has been a bone of contention among many in her party’s ranks - and, following something of an underwhelming performance on Friday, she will be hoping to regain momentum in this second showdown.
The bookies fancy Sunak's chances
After a week in which Penny Mordaunt's surging popularity sent shockwaves through Westminster, Rishi Sunak is once again the bookmakers' favourite to become Tory leader.
Polling on Monday and Tuesday suggested Ms Mordaunt was the grassroots pick to enter Downing Street, but she has faced a punishing week as scrutiny stepped up over her seemingly shifting position on transgender issues.
Mr Sunak is now most likely to become PM for the first time since Tuesday, current odds show.
Dominic Penna here, the Telegraph’s political reporter, guiding you through the second of three live and televised Conservative leadership debates.
Kemi Badenoch, Liz Truss, Penny Mordaunt, Rishi Sunak and Tom Tugendhat set out their stall from 7pm after a week that has been dominated by toxic briefings as much as policy pledges.
With two candidates eliminated tomorrow and Tuesday respectively, tonight is their last chance to impress the MPs who will ultimately decide whether they progress to the final two.