What will candidates do for vulnerable children?
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Tory leadership candidates on health and social care

A woman who has fostered more than 100 children asked Tory leadership candidates about cuts to health and social care.

Tina in Tunbridge Wells said important issues were "going under the radar" because of Brexit, and that she struggled to get help with mental health services, special educational needs support and medical appointments.

The BBC's Emily Maitlis asked Michael Gove, Sajid Javid, Rory Stewart, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt how they would improve provision if they took over from Theresa May.

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