Ten Conservatives are in the running to succeed Theresa May as UK prime minister. Each has their own vision of how to fix Brexit: All want to deliver on the referendum result of 2016, most want to renegotiate the divorce agreement, and two say the only way out is with a no-deal departure.
From Thursday, Conservative MPs will whittle down the field to just two in a series of votes. The final pair are then put to a postal ballot of the party's 160 000 members, with the new prime minister to be announced in the week of July 22.
Leadsom told the Times she traveled to Greece in her teenage years with her sisters, and they were robbed on the way. They ended up sleeping in the sand and taking turns to wash dishes for money.