The first hustings will take place in England today between the two contenders vying to be leader of the Conservative Party and British prime minister.
Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson will go head to head for the first time as they seek to convince members of the Conservative party to vote for them.
It comes after it was confirmed that police were called to the home of Boris Johnson in the early hours of Friday morning.
But the front-runner to replace Theresa May will face questions today about the revelations that police were called to the home he shares with his girlfriend in the early hours of Friday morning.
A neighbour of the couple is understood to have contacted police after hearing arguing and loud noises.
A statement from the Metropolitan Police said officers responded to a call from a local resident concerned for the welfare of a female neighbour.
Police said they spoke to the people at the address who were safe and well and that there was no cause for further police action.