On a day of surprises, Boris Johnson ruled himself out amid a post-Brexit scramble to lead both the ruling Conservatives and the opposition Labour party. There are now five candidates hoping to succeed David Cameron as UK prime minister. Who can legitimately claim to lead Britain? How will the Brexit vote redraw political fault lines?
Produced by Charles WENTE, Cécile KHINDRIA and Van MEGUERDITCHIAN.
Former Member of Parliament, UK Conservative Party
President, British Conservatives in Paris
Economist, Kingston University