The votes have been cast and counted and Boris Johnson has survived the current Tory ballot to become Prime Minister.
Boris topped the votes with a total of 114. 43 votes for Hunt, 37 Grove, 27 Ra, 23 Javid, Hancock 20 and Rory Stewart 19. Leadsom, harper and McVey are OUT.
The votes make it clear that Boris may well and truly become the next leader of the United Kingdom, pushing others out.
Rory Stewart is the softer candidate, he hopes to have a more pragmatic approach towards the EU. Many have accused Rory Stewart of being far too weak.
The United Kingdom was meant to leave the EU in March. Theresa May could not deliver on Brexit, therefore, she was pushed out of office by those who want Brexit to happen.
There are tend candidates that are hoping to become the next leader of the Conservative party, and ultimately the Prime Minister.