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Theresa May resigns with 'deep regret' over Brexit
Theresa May fought back tears as she announced she will resign as Conservative Party leader on 7 June, following months of pressure.
Theresa May's resignation statement in full
Read the full transcript of Theresa May's announcement that she will be stepping down as leader of the Conservatives on 7 June.
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.
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.
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.
Everest 'traffic' blamed for deaths of climbers on overcrowded mountain
Eight people have died climbing Everest in the last week amid fears that a traffic jam of mountaineers is making the journey more treacherous.
US faces worst measles outbreak in nearly three decades
Andrew Wakefield is the former British doctor who was widely discredited and condemned for his study linking the MMR vaccine with autism.
Princess Charlotte to join brother George at Thomas's Battersea school
Princess Charlotte will join her brother Prince George at Thomas's Battersea school in September this year, Kensington Palace says.