As Theresa May counts down her last few hours as Prime Minister, we look back at some of the highlights – and lowlights – of her time in office.
The UK’s incoming Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is the subject of editorials and comment pieces at home and abroad.
As Boris Johnson secured victory in the Tory leadership race, ensuring his place as the country’s next prime minister, reaction from the political world veered between delight, dismay and derision.
Ivanka Trump has been mocked after congratulating Boris Johnson on becoming the next prime minister of the “United Kingston”.
Anne Milton has resigned from the Government ahead of the new prime minister taking office due to “grave concerns” about a no-deal Brexit.
New Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has ruled out a coalition with the Tories under Boris Johnson and said she would not grant the power to hold a second Scottish independence referendum.
A new prime minister will enter Number 10 this week as the contest to replace Theresa May as Tory leader draws to a close.
Jeremy Hunt has called on Boris Johnson to match 10 key campaign pledges in Scotland to boost the chances of a Conservative victory at the next Holyrood election.
Boris Johnson has praised plans for Northern Powerhouse Rail (NPR) as “very, very exciting” but maintained the costs of the HS2 project need to be looked at.
Boris Johnson has pledged to get the UK “match fit for no deal” to ensure it can leave the European Union on October 31 “come what may”.
Boris Johnson has insisted he is not bluffing over his commitment to take the UK out of the European Union on October 31 – with or without a deal.