Our new Prime Minister has overcome some tough challenges on her way to the top. Theresa May became Home Secretary six years ago where she earned a reputation for being quiet, determined and unflappable.
So how will the challenges she faced as Secretary of State help her in her new role - and how will her past experience help her premiership?
Mrs May's Cabinet appointments dominated the front pages, with many papers leading on Boris Johnson's unveiling as foreign secretary.Read the full story ›
The health watchdog said 1.7 million may have undiagnosed heart or lung conditions.Read the full story ›
Britain's new Prime Minister is expected to spend her first full day in office to continue to form her new government.Read the full story ›
It's been 37 years since Margaret Thatcher walked in to 10 Downing Street, but Theresa May is set to make her own mark on history.
Mrs May looks set to appoint a record number of women in her Cabinet later this week.
ITV News correspondent Juliet Bremner reports:
Theresa May, the MP for Maidenhead, has become Britain's new Prime Minister.
Born and raised in Eastbourne in Sussex, tonight she is calling No.10 Downing Street her new home.
Sam Holder reports on Theresa May's first hours in charge - and looks back on the MP for Witney David Cameron's time as Prime Minister.
Mrs May will become the second British female Prime Minster on Wednesday, and will make appointing a Brexit cabinet minister a top priority.Read the full story ›
David Cameron will formally tender his resignation and Theresa May will step in to 10 Downing Street - but how and when will it happen?Read the full story ›
Less than three weeks ago polls predicted a remain vote in the EU referendum. Here's what has happened in the political madness since.Read the full story ›
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