The first TV debate between the Tory leadership hopefuls has been dominated by Brexit.
Dominic Raab was criticised for saying he'd consider suspending the UK Parliament to force through a no-deal departure.
The ex- Brexit secretary said he's the only Tory leadership contender who will stick to the end-of-October deadline "come what may".
Foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt said an extension might be needed though, if they're not quite ready.
While Rory Stewart said forcing a no-deal Brexit reminds him of a recent struggle taking out the bins.
An empty podium was left for frontrunner Boris Johnson, who didn't show up.
The next round of Conservative party voting is on Tuesday.