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post 13 July 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Theresa May takes control of her Government

Power passed to Theresa May in a precision switchover at Buckingham Palace. She's now appointing new Secretaries of State - and ending the careers of others.

post 13 July 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog David Cameron will be remembered for gambling and losing

David Cameron's last Prime Minister's Questions showed him at his best. It was astute, witty and self-deprecating. But history will cast it aside.

post 12 July 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog David Cameron's last Cabinet - 'no emoting'

Theresa May congratulated David Cameron for his achievements in office at his last Cabinet meeting. She will be a very different type of leader.

post 11 July 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Theresa May to be PM after Leadsom supporters lose faith

Andrea Leadsom has withdrawn from the Tory leadership contest. Theresa May is our new Prime Minister.

post 05 July 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Tory leadership: no-one is taking anything for granted

The process of choosing our new Prime Minister enters a decisive phase with the first ballot of Tory MPs.

post 30 June 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Michael Gove has done a double Brutus

With a perfunctory call very close to the press statement announcing his candidacy, Michael Gove has abruptly arrested and probably completely destroyed Boris Johnson's chances of becoming PM.

post 28 June 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Nigel Farage booed and heckled by MEPs

Nigel Farage insulted MEPs as strangers to the real world, ideologues in denial and people who'd never held down a proper job.

article 26 June 2016 UK
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Corbyn hit by Labour resignations after Brexit vote

Jeremy Corbyn is hit by mass resignations from his top team as his position as Labour leader is challenged by some of his MPs, with Hilary Benn calling on him to resign.

post 25 June 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Where is the power right now?

While Brussels and Berlin teemed with reaction, Edinburgh too... London seemed strangely silent.