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Former chancellor Rishi Sunak looks like he is heading to No.10.
The Commons leader denied she was in talks to support Boris Johnson in return for a top Cabinet post.
Here are the runners and riders who could replace her in No.10.
As her authority crumbles, prime minister eventually turns up after ducking Labour's questions.
Keir Starmer blasts the prime minister for "hiding away" and says: “The lady is not for turning — up.”
The minister was drowned out by laughter and heckling from opposition MPs.
The Commons leader is the first minister to publicly oppose real terms cuts to the welfare budget.
The announcement was made following a meeting of the Accession Council.
Boris Johnson always rewarded loyalty, will his foreign secretary follow suit?