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Three years after the referendum, new PM swaps banter for brutality as he puts getting out of the EU above all else - and sets the Tories on course for a general election.
“Standing by is not an option," Theresa May, who will soon be replaced as prime minister, said late Tuesday.
The US president accused the demonstrators of being “put in for political reasons”.
A match made in hell? The blond leading the blond? Or a meeting of like minds, and temperaments, that the world had better get used to?
US president Donald Trump is making a state visit to the UK on 3 June. He will be accompanied by his wife Melania. The couple will meet the Queen, outgoing-PM Theresa May and attend a D-Day commemorative event in Portsmouth during their three-day visit.
Following the announcement that Theresa May will be stepping down on 7 June, the big question is who will succeed her as party leader and prime minister. From Boris Johnson to Dominic Raab, Jeremy Hunt to Michael Gove, we take a look at some of the likeliest contenders for the leadership.
PM will step down as Tory leader on June 7 with her successor set to be in place by mid-July.