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Top minister unveils leadership bid after May's tearful exit
Theresa May fought back tears as she announced she will resign as Conservative Party leader on 7 June, following months of pressure.
Theresa May shows her human side - but it's too late
It was an acute flash of searing emotion from a prime minister who, by her own admission, rarely wears her heart on her sleeve.
Sky Data poll: Majority of Britons want a general election when new PM is in place
Two thirds of Britons think the country is in a state of crisis - and a majority want an immediate general election when a new prime minister is in place, according to a Sky Data poll.
Two teenage boys die after 'serious incident' in Sheffield
Two boys aged 13 and 14 have died after a "serious incident" at a property in Sheffield, police say.
Number of men being forced into marriage reaches seven-year high
The number of forced marriage cases dealt with by a specialist British unit tackling the issue leapt to a record high last year.
US tabloid National Enquirer turns Princess Diana's death into 'vile' park attraction
A new US park has been criticised for creating an interactive attraction that focuses on the death of Princess Diana.
Boy, nine, who died after locker fell on him 'was a sparkle in our school'
Tributes are being paid to a nine-year-old boy who died after a locker fell on him at a school in Essex.
Man jailed for life after kidnapping Jayme Closs, 13, and murdering her parents
A man who kidnapped 13-year-old Jayme Closs and killed her parents has been sentenced to life in prison.
Spice Girls: Victoria and David Beckham send good luck messages ahead of comeback tour
Victoria Beckham has wished her fellow Spice Girls good luck as they start their comeback tour - and husband David has also posted his own message of support.
Morrissey posters removed from train stations by Merseyrail over singer's far-right support
Posters promoting Morrissey's new album have been removed from train stations by Merseyrail after a customer complained it was publicising someone with "pseudo-racist" views.