Both New York City foreign secretary Liz Truss and former Chancellor of Exchequer Rishi Sunak are engaged in a two-month battle to replace Boris Johnson as UK prime minister, and both have announced a lot of policies in their bid to win votes among the Tory faithful.
The main division is the management of the economy, with Truss, the front-runner, advocating immediate tax cuts to spur growth, and Sunak saying the priority is to get runaway inflation under control.
Both candidates have made U-turns and they have also competed to win the favor, particularly in those on the right of the Conservative Party, whose 175,000 members will elect a winner on Sept. 5. Here is an outline of their key pledges:
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