Viewers of the popular home renovation and auction series said they were “furious” that the BBC decided to move the latest episode to another channel.
Boris Johnson said today he would take the UK out of the EU without a deal. Mr Johnson confirmed his plan to run to be the next Tory party leader at a conference in Switzerland today. Speaking just hours after a tearful Theresa May announced she was stepping down, Johnson said: “Of course I am going to go for it”.
One by one, every course of action fell away until Theresa May was looked like the most solitary and pointless figure on earth, with no allies, no course of action, and no purpose to doing anything in the first place. Last night, Andrea Leadsom resigned - the 36th minister in a three year administration. Brexit broke the prime minister, just like it broke the last one.
Geri Horner has invited the Prime Minister to spice up her life and come and see the Spice Girls live.
Theresa May has said she will make a “bold offer” to MPs in a desperate bid to encourage them to vote for her Brexit deal.
Gavin Williamson was sacked by the prime minister for allegedly leaking information about the UK's new mobile network.
The shadow Brexit secretary says dozens of Labour MPs will not support the deal without a confirmatory vote attached.
The Prime Minister is hoping her much-maligned Withdrawal Agreement will finally be passed.
The prime minister has been asked to firm up her resignation date as Brexit talks between the government and Labour continue.
Stuart Davies, a member of Clwyd South Conservatives, shouted at the Prime Minister to resign as she began a speech to Welsh Tories in Llangollen. The National Convention don't want you, we don't want you,” shouted Mr Davies, who described himself as a loyal Conservative. Afterwards, he told journalists that Mrs May should resign “now”.
Labour is leading calls for detectives to investigate if a breach of the Official Secrets Act was committed.
“The Prime Minister has this evening asked Gavin Williamson to leave the Government, having lost confidence in his ability to serve in the role of Defence Secretary and as a member of her Cabinet."
The 1922 Committee voted against the plans to allow a vote on Mrs May’s leadership as early as June.