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Conservative leadership contenders have clashed over Brexit as the race to succeed Theresa May in No 10 begins.
Axar.az reports citing BBC.
Rory Stewart said he would not serve under rival Boris Johnson because of his backing for a no-deal exit.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock, the fifth Tory to enter the race, said Mrs May's successor must be more "brutally honest" about the "trade-offs" required to get a deal through Parliament.
The leadership contest will determine who is the UK's next prime minister.
Party bosses expect a new leader to be chosen by the end of July.
Mrs May confirmed on Friday that she will resign as party leader on 7 June, but will continue as PM while the leadership contest takes place.
She agreed with chairman of the Tory backbench 1922 Committee, Sir Graham Brady, that the process to choose a new leader should begin the week after she stands down.
Five candidates have, so far, confirmed their intention to stand:
2019.05.25 / 22:16