From ‘hot lectern guy’ to Larry the cat: Twitter reacts to May’s resignation

The memes and gifs were flowing freely after Theresa May announced her intention to stand down as Tory leader.

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Theresa May resigns as British prime minister – here's where it all went wrong

Theresa May's resilience has been remarkable. But it is also finite.

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Personalities may change but the issues remain, says Coveney in wake of May's Therexit

The personalities may change but the complex issues linked to Brexit and Northern Ireland remain, Tánaiste Simon Coveney said today in the wake of British Prime Minister Theresa May’s resignation announcement.

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Top 10 potential candidates to replace Theresa May as Tory leader

The unofficial race has been running for weeks as her premiership sputtered to a halt.

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Taoiseach warns of 'dangerous' period ahead for Ireland after May's departure

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he will miss Theresa May and warned a "dangerous period" for Ireland lays ahead.

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How will the contest to replace Theresa May work?

Theresa May has announced she will stand down as leader of the Conservative Party on June 7, signalling the start of the race to replace her.

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From Maybot to Therexit: May’s emotional farewell to the job she loved

Theresa May's husband, Philip, looked on from the street as she delivered her statement.

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Fresh concerns raised around NI following Theresa May resignation

Fresh concerns around Northern Ireland have been raised following Theresa May's resignation announcement.

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'Nothing has changed': Message from Brussels following Theresa May resignation

Theresa May’s replacement is likely to encounter stiff resistance to any attempt to rewrite the Brexit deal.

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'She cannot govern': Jeremy Corbyn reacts to Theresa May's resignation

Theresa May has this morning announced that she will step down as Conservative party leader on Friday, June 7.

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#Therexit: 'Honour of my life' - Theresa May to step down on June 7

Theresa May will step down as Tory party leader on June 7.

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'She was doing her best for her country': Tánaiste reacts to Theresa May resignation

Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has said that this was a case of yet another Conservative Party leader losing leadership of the party because of their relationship with the EU.

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Tory leadership race: nine potential candidates for UK prime minister

The starting gun on a leadership race will be fired when Theresa May announces her departure.

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May’s days numbered after British cabinet mutiny over her Brexit plan

Theresa May will meet Tory MPs’ shop steward Sir Graham Brady to discuss the timetable for her exit.

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Finance minister: Risk of no-deal Brexit is growing

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has warned that the risks of a no-deal Brexit are growing.

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The threat of Brexiteer Boris as prime minister haunts Irish shares

Sterling slipped further and Irish shares fell sharply as fears of investors rose that the political turmoil in the UK will lead to Boris Johnson becoming leader, and Britain crashing out of the EU without a deal.

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Cabinet ministers urge May to ditch her Brexit plan as she clings on to power

Theresa May’s fate could be decided in a meeting with Tory backbench leader Graham Brady on Friday.

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Paschal Donohoe: No-deal Brexit risks 'building'

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has warned that the risks of a no-deal Brexit are growing.

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Risk of no-deal Brexit increasing, says Paschal Donohoe

Minister Paschal Donohoe says the threat of the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal is growing.

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Key Brexit legislation pushed back following backlash from MPs

The Withdrawal Agreement Bill had been expected to be published on Friday and be debated by MPs in the week beginning June 3.

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Theresa May’s future: What happens now?

Andrea Leadsom quitting as Commons Leader has increased pressure on the Prime Minister.

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‘Mrs May must go’: What the papers say on PM’s future

Theresa May is facing mounting pressure to stand down as Prime Minister following backlash against her ‘new Brexit deal’.

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Update: Andrea Leadsom resigns; Theresa May disagrees with her on Brexit approach

The leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom has resigned, saying in a letter to Theresa May “I no longer believe that our approach will deliver on the referendum result”.

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Theresa May’s future: What happens now?

Even the most optimistic onlookers will conclude that Theresa May’s premiership is entering its final weeks, if not days.

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Why has Theresa May’s ‘bold’ Brexit offer been received so badly?

Remain backers insist she has not gone far enough, while Brexiteers say she has offered too much ground.

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Watchdog says its review of Brexit Party funding is ‘ongoing’

The Electoral Commission visited Nigel Farage’s party headquarters on Tuesday to look at its funding model.

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May pleads for Brexit support as her leadership comes under intense pressure

Theresa May urged MPs to back her Withdrawal Agreement Bill amid speculation she could be ousted.

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Second EU referendum ‘could set precedent for new independence vote’ in Scotland

Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson has raised concerns after Prime Minister Theresa May revealed her new Withdrawal Agreement Bill.

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Thousands of jobs at risk as British Steel goes into receivership

The move threatens more uncertainty for thousands of workers at the company’s plants.

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Theresa May’s leadership under pressure after Brexit deal backlash from Tories

The British Prime Minister is being urged to abandon her new EU withdrawal package just a day after unveiling it.

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Tory Brexiteer David Davies called a liar by Leave supporter during TV interview

David Davies was giving an interview about abuse against MPs.

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Desperate and dangerous: What the papers say about PM’s ‘new Brexit deal’

The national newspapers are unconvinced by Theresa May’s latest efforts to break the Brexit impasse.

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Theresa May urges Jeremy Corbyn to back Brexit deal as Tories desert her

The Prime Minister’s hopes of getting her Brexit Bill through appear slim following a hostile response from Eurosceptics.

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Coveney warns over no-deal Brexit risk

The danger of a no-deal Brexit is the highest it has been for more than two years, Simon Coveney has told his Cabinet colleagues.

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Brexit: What happens next?

Theresa May has set out a 10-point compromise plan in her latest Brexit deal.

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'Last Brexit gamble' of Theresa May puts sterling on volatile path

The "last gamble" of Theresa May to get a Brexit deal through the Commons sent sterling briefly soaring fears that this fourth attempt too will fail, weighed on the currency again.

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Tánaiste tells Cabinet danger of no-deal Brexit at greatest in almost three years

The "danger" of a no-deal Brexit is the highest it has been in over two years, Tánaiste Simon Coveney told his Cabinet colleagues today.

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Eurosceptic Tories react angrily to Theresa May’s ‘truly awful’ Brexit proposals

Some MPs who backed the PM’s deal the last time it went before the Commons insisted they would not be doing so again.

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Latest: Theresa May plans to hold vote on second Brexit referendum

The ‘new deal’ is an attempt by the PM to win over critics across the Commons who have rejected her three previous attempts to get an agreement.

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Nigel Farage ‘concerned about level of hatred’ after milkshake incident

The Brexit Party leader had a drink thrown at him while on a walkabout in Newcastle city centre on Monday.

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British Cabinet considers Theresa May’s Brexit deal as leadership battle lines are drawn

Ministers will consider compromises made in Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement Bill – but some of those around the table have their eyes on her job.

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Man charged following Nigel Farage ‘milkshake throwing’ incident

Paul Crowther has been charged with common assault and criminal damage following the disturbance on Monday.

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Brexit briefing for Cabinet as May to present ‘bold’ plan

The Government will today discuss the collapse in cross-party Brexit talks in London as well as fresh fears of Britain crashing out of the EU without agreement.

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Hammond takes swipe at no-deal Brexiteers as Tory leadership battle looms

The Chancellor will say if Brexit is not sorted soon there is a ‘real risk’ of a new PM shifting to a no-deal stance.

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European elections in UK this week may likely decide sterling’s destiny

Labour MP Hilary Benn, the chairman of the UK parliament’s Brexit committee, told BBC radio last week that “there are only two ways out of the Brexit crisis that we’ve got: Either parliament agrees a deal or we go back to the British people and ask them to make the choice”.

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Brexit could make UK a ‘gangsters’ paradise’

British MP Ed Davey said ending freedom of movement will rob the UK of the European Arrest Warrant and create a ‘honeypot for criminals’.

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Cabinet to consider Brexit ‘indicative votes’ to end impasse

Theresa May’s senior ministers will consider the way forward on Tuesday.

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Chelsea Flower Show feeling Brexit sting

It may seem a world away from the stuffy offices of EU Headquarters in Brussels but the results of the Brexit referendum all the way back in 2016 are being felt on the Main Avenue at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in Central London this week.

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Race to replace May steps up as contenders set out their stalls

The Tory leadership race is yet to officially begin, but you would not know that from the intense activity already under way.

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Gordon Brown calls for urgent investigation into Brexit Party’s ‘dirty money’

The former UK Labour prime minister is demanding an inquiry by the Electoral Commission.

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May to begin discussions on ‘bold’ new Brexit offer

PM facing another difficult week as Tories braced for a hammering in the European elections.

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Coveney: EU will not renegotiate Brexit deal with new UK PM

Simon Coveney described political events at Westminster as ‘extraordinary’.

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Tories and Labour just ‘half an inch apart’ on Brexit, says minister

International Development Secretary Rory Stewart says ministers should reach out to ‘moderate, sensible’ Labour MPs.

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May to make ‘bold offer’ in final bid to get MPs to back her Brexit deal

Ministers are to discuss a package of measures aimed at winning cross-party support for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill.

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Brexit Secretary blames Labour for talks breakdown during Fermanagh visit

Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay was speaking during a visit to a business on the border with Ireland.

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Theresa May to make ‘bold offer’ in final bid to get MPs to back her Brexit deal

Ministers are to discuss a package of measures aimed at winning cross-party support for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill.

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Police order McDonald’s to stop selling milkshakes near Nigel Farage rally

A McDonald’s restaurant in Edinburgh was told by police not to sell ice cream or milkshakes near a Brexit Party rally with Nigel Farage.

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Farage laughs off claims he could back Johnson as prime minister

The Brexit Party leader questioned whether he could trust Boris Johnson’s stance on Brexit.

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Another fiasco in the Brexit crisis

Britain’s Brexit crisis moves, with each passing week, ever higher up the fiasco index. If it were not so grave for the future of one Europe’s major democracies — and economies — it would be comical.

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Scottish independence only possible with Brexit, says Farage

Nigel Farage urged pro-independence supporters to ‘lend your votes to the Brexit Party’ at a rally in Edinburgh.

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