Rory Stewart sat down with the Financial Times to discuss his campaign and his plan to build a green, fair and united Britain:
While speaking to Sky News, MP for Eddisbury Antoinette Sandbach announced her support for Rory to become Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister.
Ken Clarke, former Chancellor of the Exchequer and the longest-serving member of parliament has endorsed Rory for Conservative party leader and Prime Minister, saying:
David Gauke, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice endorsed Rory at the weekend, saying:
Peter Oborne in the Daily Mail: Rory is “the breath of fresh air that the Conservative Party and Britain need”
Peter Oborne writes that Rory Stewart, almost alone among the leadership candidates, is genuinely interested in what voters around Britain have to say.
We're not going to be able to leave with no deal is the truth that nobody is sharing: Rory Stewart tells LBC
During a phone-in with Nick Ferrari, Rory engaged with callers about his plans to resolve Brexit and unite Britain.
Rory Stewart talks to Steve Hawkes, Deputy Political Editor of The Sun about his plan for a housing revolution that would see 2 million new homes built within five years:
The Spectator: With life experience most could only dream of, Rory's the best person to bring the party and the country together
In The Spectator, Ian Acheson highlights how Rory's life experience and achievements make him the best person to bring the party and the country together:
The Telegraph reports on Rory’s travels across the country, highlighting the momentum that has built behind his campaign for leader of the Conservative Party:
In an interview with JOE.co.uk, Rory Stewart discusses his plan to unite Britain and build up the Conservative Party. Watch the full video below.