As the two candidates' first head-to-head leadership debate unfolded, the scandal around the United Kingdom ambassador and the reactions of both candidates took centerstage over traditionally heated issues such as the two hopeful's handling of Brexit.
In her last TV interview with political editor Laura Kuenssberg, the PM spoke of "frustration" at no longer seeing Brexit through and underestimating how "entrenched" MPs had change into.
She said she had achieved an "enormous amount" in three years in the job. But also a degree of disappointment because there was more that I wanted to do.
His rival for the leadership, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, said Sir Kim had made it clear that Mr Johnson's comments were a factor in his decision to quit.
"It's a huge opportunity now for the new prime minister - not for Theresa May, I'm appalled by that Times suggestion - for a new prime minister to completely reset the agenda in a pro-Brexit world", he said.
Interviewed in 10 Downing Avenue, Mrs Could well said she "did no longer recognise" herself in criticisms which have confidence been created from her personality and management.
But, despite having to go earlier than she wanted, she insisted she had been the "right person" for the job and was "immensely proud" of what she had accomplished.
But pressed on whether the United Kingdom would be out by Christmas, he said: "I'm not going to give you those commitments".
Mrs May conceded she could have talked to more colleagues to get her withdrawal deal through the House of Commons.
"We will get a deal by October 31st", Johnson told the BBC during highly-anticipated separate interviews with the leadership rivals, referring to the latest delayed deadline for Britain's departure from the bloc.
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It had been, she said, "incredibly frustrating" that MPs on both side of the Lumber away-Reside divide had "obtained so model of entrenched that they correct had been no longer prepared to make that compromise that might well enable us to glean the bulk to glean this through".
In his BBC interview, Mr Hunt reaffirmed his commitment to leave the European Union without a deal if he was unable to negotiate a new agreement with Brussels on the terms of the UK's withdrawal.
And he or she called for a extra self-discipline in authorities after years of leaks and political disagreements inner her cupboard: "Factual authorities relies on collective responsibility. It needs to return".
"This is complete news to the speaker - no such proposition has been put to him", she said.
Theresa May says she made mistakes during the 2017 election campaign that cost the Conservative party its majority. Clark, who is one of a cohort of senior ministers expected to leave government if Tory frontrunner Boris Johnson enters Downing Street later this month, urged colleagues in parliament to "strain every sinew" to avoid no deal.
Mrs Could well said she turn out to be once blissful with "championing some causes that in any other case will doubtless be retro", such because the battle against fresh slavery and domestic violence and psychological health reinforce.
"Brexit has taken up a lot of people's thinking, but actually there's an enormous amount that has been done behind that".
"One could always look back and say, "If I'd sat down and talked to people more often", she said, in reference to any regrets.
Tory voters now back Boris Johnson over Jeremy Hunt to be the next Conservative party leader and prime minister by a margin of nearly two to one, according to a new Opinium/Observer poll.