Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt are having their first Tory party leadership hustings in Birmingham this afternoon
Mr Johnson is yet to speak publicly since police were called to the home he shares with his girlfriend.
Neighbours were concerned for the welfare of a woman after hearing a row - officers say no more action was necessary.
Gary Sambrook is a Conservative Party councillor in Birmingham and is supporting his leadership bid.
He says his record is more important.
There's been a three car crash in County Kerry
It happened at around lunchtime today at the Kilgarvan turnoff at Loo Bridge.
Emergency services including three ambulances and are treating the people inside the cars for their injuries.
The Killarney-Cork road is down to one lane as a result and gardai are organising a diversion through Mallow.
Motorists travelling through Killarney on their way to Cork for the Munster Football Finals are advised to take the N72 Mallow Road.
Gardaí are urging motorists to avoid the area, just before the Loo Bridge turnoff.
Report with thanks to Radio Kerry.
Donald Trump says he's moving forward with additional sanctions on Iran
The US president considered military action against Tehran after a US drone was shot down, but decided against it at the last minute.
Earlier, it was reported a former ministry of defence employee was executed in Iran after being accused of spying for the US.
Suspected cocaine worth more than 10 thousand pounds sterling has been seized in the North
The discovery was made by police in Dungannon after a search was carried out yesterday.
A large amount of herbal cannabis was also recovered at Killymaddy Hill.
A 55 year old man was arrested on suspicion of drugs offences and has since been bailed.
Environmental campaigners say borrowing 350 million euro to expand Dublin Airport will mean Ireland will end up paying even bigger fines for carbon emissions down the line.
The European Investment Bank's investment in Dublin Airport is the largest ever sum given by the bank to this country to develop transport infrastructure.
But Andrew Murphy from Transport and Environment says if Irish people were given the choice, they would prefer the money was spent on public transport.