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Tory leadership race: How to watch ‘The Battle for Number 10’ | Politics News


Tory leadership candidates Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss have agreed to take part in The Battle for Number 10, a live televised special programme on Sky News.

The event – which will be in front of a live audience – will be on Thursday 4 August at 8pm and is to be hosted by Kay Burley at Sky Studios in west London.

The Battle for Number 10, will see the candidates take part in back-to-back questioning from the live studio audience of Conservative party members, followed by an in-depth interview with Kay Burley.

It will be broadcast live for 90 minutes and for free on Sky News channel 501, Virgin Media channel 602, Freeview channel 233 across Sky News’ digital channels, streamed on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter and simulcast to our IRN Commercial Radio partners.

Find the latest coverage of the race to be the next prime minister in our Politics Hub.

Sky News presenter Jayne Secker will host two additional special programmes between 7pm-8pm and 9:30pm-10pm, which will feature live guests and expert analysis from Sky News deputy political editor Sam Coates.



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