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Boris Johnson resigns as prime minister, saying: 'No one is remotely indispensable'
Boris Johnson has announced his resignation as prime minister after less than three years in Number 10, saying: "No one in politics is remotely indispensable."
Rescuers find body parts after deadly avalanche on Italian glacier
Rescuers have found body parts in the search for hikers missing after a powerful avalanche killed at least seven people in Italy.
How new chancellor Nadhim Zahawi could affect the UK's economy and taxes
It is tempting, given the UK has a new chancellor and given Downing Street is dropping heavy hints about tax cuts, to start wondering out loud about what the past 24 hours' events mean for economic policy.
Boris Johnson's plans to remain as PM are 'unwise' and 'unsustainable', warns Sir John Major
Boris Johnson's plan to remain prime minister after resigning is "unwise, and may be unsustainable", former PM Sir John Major has warned.
Boris Johnson is clinging on to power - and it's shaping up to be a constitutional crisis
Today is not a day to dwell on the niceties and nuances of Boris Johnson's first farewell of many - this is not the first time we will hear the personal reflections of his time in office and his wish that things had gone differently. Before long he will charge for the privilege.
Grant Shapps and Sajid Javid considering leadership bids as Dominic Raab and Michael Gove rule themselves out of contest after Boris Johnson resigns
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps is believed to be considering a Conservative Party leadership bid as Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab and Michael Gove ruled themselves out of the contest, Sky News understands.
Luiz Da Silva Neto jailed for 22 years for drugging and sexually assaulting two men
A man found guilty of sex attacks on two men spiked with a suspected date-rape drug has been sentenced to 22 years in prison.
Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi says 'nothing off the table' on tax cuts and calls for caution on public sector pay rises
Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi has said there is "nothing off the table" on tax cuts as he called for caution on public sector pay rises.
What next? Now Boris Johnson has resigned, ten questions that explain what could happen
Boris Johnson has agreed to resign - with a new Tory leader set to be in place by the party's conference in October.
Boris Johnson's resignation speech in full: 'Darwinian' politics, a Westminster 'herd instinct' and a warning to colleagues
As he stood outside Number 10 and resigned as prime minister, Boris Johnson spoke of the herd instinct in parliament, the 'Darwinian' system that will produce the next leader... and warned colleagues that 'no one is remotely indispensable'.
Ukraine war: Western weapons 'working very powerfully' against Russian forces, Zelenskyy says
Weapons supplied by the West are starting to have an impact on the war in Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said.
Uvalde school shooting: Police missed chance to shoot gunman waiting for permission from supervisor
An armed policeman at the Uvalde school massacre had an opportunity to shoot the gunman but missed his chance waiting for permission from a supervisor, according to a new report.