Mark Harper, Esther McVey and Andrea Leadsom have become the first MPs to be voted out of the Tory leadership battle.
The candidates failed to get the minimal 17 votes required to stand within the second spherical of the competition, underneath particular guidelines introduced in to shorten the competition.
Boris Johnson topped the poll with an enormous 114 votes and will go into the second spherical on Tuesday as the clear frontrunner.
The voter turnout was 100 per cent, with Ms McVey receiving the least quantity of votes, claiming simply 9.
Mr Harper gained 10 votes, whereas Ms Leadsom acquired 11 votes respectively.
The outcome got here after the first secret poll of Conservative MPs, which passed off on Thursday morning, and which was open to 313 MPs.
All 313 MPs solid their votes.
The ten candidates who have been within the first poll have been Boris Johnson, Jeremy Hunt, Michael Gove, Sajid Javid, Matt Hancock, Rory Stewart, Dominic Raab, Andrea Leadsom, Esther McVey and Mark Harper.