1. Conservative MP and candidate for Prime Minister, Boris Johnson getting out of house and getting into car
2. Car driving off
3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jeremy Hunt, Foreign Secretary and candidate for Prime Minister: ++INCLUDES QUESTIONS++
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Question: Is this your last day in the leadership race?
"Absolutely not. It's a very big day. I'm not quite sure if it's like the morning before my wedding but it feels like a lot of big things are gonna change today. And the question for the Conservative Party in the country is looking at Boris Johnson, is there a better alternative? And I'm someone who set up their own business, I want to turbo charge the British economy, I'm the Foreign Secretary who is fed up with us being pittied around the world for Brexit paralysis. I want to sort that out and walk tall in the world. I've run the NHS. I'm a social reformer I want to get rid of illiteracy in our society. But most of all we've got to put someone forward as prime minister who the European Union are actually prepared to talk to. That is the only way to get a better Brexit deal and solve the crisis that we're in."
4. Environment Secretary Michael Gove coming out of his house UPSOUND: (English) Michael Gove, Environment secretary:
Question: You're feeling confident that you can beat Boris Johnson?
"Yes, I'm feeling very confident today. I've had a wonderful level of support yesterday from my parliamentary colleagues. I'm looking forward to making it through to the final two, I'm looking forward to a civilized debate of ideas in order to ensure that we can make this country better."
5. Pan up from briefcase to Gove getting inside car
6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sajid Javid, Home Secretary and candidate for Prime Minister: ++INCLUDES QUESTIONS++
Question: Are you still going to be in this leadership race by tonight?
"I hope so. Let's see what happens. My colleagues I'm sure have been thinking carefully during the night and I hope I can pick up some votes."
Question: How are you going to do that?
"Well there's been good news so far already from speaking to colleagues. I'm sure I will be picking up some votes. But you know these things can be unpredictable, so I want to go for it and try my very best and by the end of the day we will have two candidates for the leadership election. One of them will certainly be Boris Johnson. I think I have the strongest case for being the other one, being a change candidate that can win over the nation eventually in a general election with Jeremy Corbyn, because we must keep our sights set on that, we must keep Jeremy Corbyn out of government."
Question: How can you do that?
"Well I think what it takes if we look at the last sort of quarter century of general elections for the Conservative Party we've only won when we have very broad appeal right across the country. And what the polls have shown is that to have the broadest possible appeal, able to connect with not just the conservative base but to take the conservative message to new audiences, younger voters, ethnic minority voters, disaffected Labour, Lib Dem voters and we're going to need to build up that kind of coalition of support to win again."
Britain's governing Conservatives are set to pick two candidates who will square off to become the country's next prime minister.
Lawmakers will vote on Thursday to eliminate two contenders from a four-strong field of ex-Foreign Minister Boris Johnson, current Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Home Secretary Sajid Javid.
Johnson has a commanding lead after three rounds of voting that cut the list from an initial 10 contenders. The three others are battling to join him in a runoff to be decided by 160,000 Conservative Party members nationwide.
All the candidates are vowing to lead Britain out of the European Union, a challenge that defeated Prime Minister Theresa May. She quit as Conservative leader earlier this month after failing to win Parliament's backing for her Brexit deal.