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Theresa May has announced that she is resigning as prime minister, with her last day being the 7 June.
Following her announcement, Tory MPs are coming out with the intention of running for the leadership spot.
Some, like Boris Johnson and Dominic Raab are predictable whereas others, like Matt Hancock, came as a bit of a surprise.
With so many Tories in the running, it can get a bit confusing following their campaign, and what they do and don’t support.
With that in mind, and using information collected by TheyWorkForYou.com, here is how they have all voted on equality and human rights over the years:
Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Johnson’s approach to human rights is:
Weak, inconsistent, and often incoherent.