The prize of sitting around a table for a meal with the last three British prime ministers was auctioned at the controversial Conservative Party summer fundraising ball on Monday night.
Boris Johnson faced down yet another make-or-break day and seems to have emerged intact - for now. Yahoo News UK's political correspondent, Nadine Batchelor-Hunt, reports on a remarkable 24 hours in Parliament.
The former prime minister said, like the public, she was "angry" to hear reports of rule-breaking in Number 10.
Ex-PM Theresa May has criticised her successor Boris Johnson over pre-recorded Remembrance services during the latest coronavirus lockdown.
Julian Lewis, the MP for New Forest East in Hampshire, was criticising the former prime minister's backing of Huawei.
An online multiplayer platform game has proved more popular than former prime minister Theresa May when it comes to the biggest internet search terms of the year.
The pair showed no signs of the difficulties they have had since Mrs May became Tory leader and Prime Minister in 2016.
Theresa May thanked plenty of people for her win at her Maidenhead constituency but managed to leave out Boris Johnson completely from her speech.
Verhofstadt, who has campaigned for Britain to stay in the European Union, said the two deals were almost identical.
A poll by YouGov found that almost 6 out of 10 Britons view the new prime minister unfavourably.
Mr Barnier said he believed the UK knew the EU would not respond to threats of a no-deal.
In an interview with the Daily Mail, Mrs May said people wouldn't have looked at things the same way if she was a man.
Donald Trump said Theresa May had made a "mess" of Brexit after the UK ambassador branded his administration "inept".
Downing Street has cited Jo Cox's widower Brendan Cox's call for violence and intimidation against MPs not to be normalised.