Tory leadership: Truss promises new grammar schools, Sunak tougher asylum rules – video
The two tory candidates set out their ideas on taxation and appointing a new ethics adviser in the tenth of 12 conservative leadership hustings
Liz Truss confirmed she would bring back grammar schools during the tenth Conservative leadership hustings in Birmingham on Tuesday. Truss says she’s a 'big fan' of the schools and wants to introduce new grammar and free schools.
Rival Rishi Sunak said he would 'move away from the European definition of asylum' arguing that its broadness left it open to exploitation. The two candidates also set out their ideas on taxation and appointing a new ethics adviser.