First, just a couple of quick updates, if you haven't already heard.
Former Labour MP Chuka Umunna, who left Corbyn's mob to help form the disaster party that is Change UK, has now joined the Liberal Democrats, saying there is not room for two parties on what he calls the centre ground of UK politics.
Lib Dems? Centre ground? He's having a lefty laugh!
Next. The Tory leadership race is now down to six after Matt Hancock, who came sixth in the first round with 20 votes, pulled out earlier today. He hasn't yet said though, who he will be backing in the contest.
The remaining six are: Boris Johnson, Jeremy Hunt, Michael Gove, Dominic Raab, Sajid Javid and Rory Stewart.
Now to the favourite to win, Boris Johnson.
Up until now there had been speculation that Boris was being wrapped in cotton wool and avoiding the press and hustings as this was his contest to lose, not win, and his team it is said didn't want Boris tripping himself up.
But he's come out today and held an interview with the BBC and has agreed to take part in a BBC debate on the TV next Tuesday. Although there is doubt about whether he will take part in a Channel 4 debate on Sunday.
In the BBC interview today, Boris Johnson said the he would deliver an orderly, managed Brexit on time and without the hated Irish border backstop, which he said would be replaced by alternative arrangements.