Treasury chief Liz Truss outlined her hopes for a "re-modernised" party while Justine Greening called for a leader fit for the "2020s, not the 1920s". Meanwhile former Brexit secretary Dominic Raab, moved to scotch rumours that have circulated around Westminster about workplace bullying. He said an allegation made while he was chief of staff to David Davis in 2007 was independently reviewed and found to be unsubstantiated.
He denied securing a gagging order and said any accusations of bullying or harassment "are completely false", claiming he was the victim of a smear campaign.
Mrs May triggered the starting gun on the race to succeed her after telling MPs that she