It's been a year since Maidenhead MP Theresa May became Prime Minister. And what a year it's been.
Tackling Brexit, leading a country through several terror attacks, calling a general election - and ending up with a smaller majority in the Commons than she started with.
According to the polls her popularity has plunged while her rival Jeremy Corbyn has seen his rise dramatically.
What a difference a year makes! our Political Correspondent Phil Hornby reports.
Her first twelve months. Anniversaries are supposed to be happy events. But Theresa May admitted today that as she neared the end of her first year as PM, she shed a tear or two. It wasn't the election result she expected - and to be fair to the Maidenhead MP - it wasn't the election result the pollsters, or anyone else, predicted either.
So will there be another anniversary to celebrate ? Or, as we enter the dog days of high summer, will these next few weeks see the end of her premiership? To debate that, and the never-ending troubles on Southern Rail, three Sussex MPs :-
- Lloyd Russell-Moyle, the new Labour MP for Brighton Kemptown
- Gillian Keegan, the new Tory MP for Chichester, and
- Stephen Lloyd, the new (and old) MP for Eastbourne
We ask voters in central Brighton to score her out of ten. And one MP who lost her seat tells us where the "nightmare" of last month's election began.
And would this cause Mrs May to shed a few more tears? We look at the increasingly vicious way cartoonists are depicting the latest inhabitant of No 10. One expert who has surveyed the satirists for the last fifty years and more, tells us why the Prime Minister is drawn the way she is.
There's no doubt that politics has been unpredictable and exciting recently.
That's good news, of course, for cartoonists. They've been having great fun - mostly at the Prime Minister's expense.
Our political correspondent Phil Hornby who has been to an exhibition which compares the cartoonists' views of Theresa May with one of her predecessors.
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A Conservative MP faces a jury trial on charges over his 2015 general election expenses.
Craig Mackinlay is accused of offences under the Representation of the People Act 1983 alongside campaign director Marion Little, 62, and election agent Nathan Gray, 28.
Mackinlay, from Ramsgate in Kent, arrived at Westminster Magistrates' Court on this morning with his wife Kati.
The 50-year-old is charged with two counts of knowingly making a false election expenses declaration, while his election agent Gray, of Red Oak, in Hawkhurst, Kent, faces one.
All three defendants indicated not guilty pleas when the charges were read to them and were released on unconditional bail ahead of their next appearance at Southwark Crown Court on 1st August.
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